You need to do this with someone else to help. There is a valve on the caliper, one that usually has some sort of hex on it to open it. You first have to pump the brakes to add pressure, then hold the pedal down. That's where the other person comes in. You then open said valve, causing pedal to go to floor. You then close the valve and they let up on the brakes. You continue to repeat doing these steps, pumping brakes, opening valve and closing valve, until you get just fluid out of valve. That line should be bled. This is the way i was taught, if anyone knows a different way, chime in. I'm still a young buck.
2001 XLT 3.0 4x4 118k miles!
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Last edited by oldblue01; 10-09-2012 at 06:19 PM.