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Will the star adjuster fix its self or do I have to do it? Cause When I put the shoes on I threaded it all the way in. Its a freaking monsoon outside right now s I will prolly have to do them sun after work. How many times shpoud I bleed them?
if you have a buddy work the pedal and you under the truck it should only take one time, but the bleeders have to be tight and only opened whgen he is holding the pedal down firmly
Same problem, today had close call on the way to autozone. I bought and installed a master cyl. Same problem only when the truck is off I have pressure. b4 I had none even with the truck off. Now I have pressure when the truck is off after I pump it up. I went back to AZ and they said it was my slave cyl. so I bought one of those. I have an slipomatic still till wed. where I begin the swap to 5speed. this is my daily driver so I have to take it to work everyday. I really need to figure out whats up. I bleed the whole truck after the master cyl install. very little air in the lines prolly from the master install. Is there a slave cyl on my truck for the brakes? and if so where is it?
He doesn't?I have a slave cylinder on my 1985...it's on the passenger side of the W56.
;slap: he has a automatic you ninny
get a flat screwdriver and get under the truck and roll the star, oh wait you said it was
In what direction do you roll the star to tighten the brakes???
Oh, and by the way, the piston assemblies in the rear braking system ARE called "slave cylinders", also known as "wheel cylinders".
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