How to Open a Stuck Brake Bleeder Valve?

Answer Moisture trapped in old brake fluid can cause the brake fluid to boil within the system during heavy brake use. Once brake fluid boils, it releases air into the system. This is one of several ways ... Read More »

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How to Remove a Stuck Brake Bleeder?

Brake fluid is hygroscopic, which means it attracts water. This means if brake fluid is more than two years old, brake bleeders and other components can become stuck because of rust. Removing a stu... Read More »

How to Loosen a Stripped Brake Bleeder Valve?

A stripped bleeder valve will make break pad replacement difficult and brake fluid changing even more so. During the pad replacement, the bleed valve needs to be opened so that the excess brake flu... Read More »

99 Chevy S-10 Hydraulic Bleeder Valve Location?

The 1999 Chevrolet S-10 has two main hydraulic systems, they are the: brake system and clutch system. These two hydraulic systems, have bleeder valves to eliminate contaminated fluid and air from t... Read More »

How to Use a One-Man Brake Bleeder Kit?

One-man brake bleeding is most often accomplished using a hand-held vacuum pump to draw air out of the brake system. While the air is drawn out, new brake fluid is drawn into the system using the ... Read More »