Asked by Jan 12, 2019 at 05:16 PM about the 1986 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr Deluxe 4WD Extended Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced front calipers on the front, and
having a hard time bleeding the brakes.
Starting at the furthest wheel, and going from
there, do I also bleed the level proportioning
valve, before driver side rear? Cannot get
proper bleed from there on forward!

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What was the problem why you replaced the calipers ?

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If you are having a difficult time with rear wheels bleeding. Not sure I understand your question. If rear no fluid coming out, open bleeder and put a quick burst of air in valve and fluid will start flowing. Many pickups I have had to do this to when bleeding rear brakes

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