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 Posted: 04-25-2007 06:41 pm
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Greg Fletcher

Joined: 03-11-2005
Location: Lake Nacimiento, California USA
Posts: 421
Sometimes it takes a while. I'd start bleeding the front driver side first. You may need to keep at a while to get all the air out. Tighten that up and do the passenger front and then the rear. Then do the front pair together. That should remove any extra air trapped inside. I always use one-way bleed valves on the end of a plastic tube to insure air can't go back in.