Master Cylinder Bled Out

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    Jack Butler
    Jack Butler

    I replaced the wheel cylinders in the rear of my 1983 Dodge D150, but the lines were disconnected from the wheel cylinders for about a week and the one side of the master cylinder had no fluid visible looking down into it, was full before I disconnected the lines, do I need to do anything extra when bleeding the brakes like bleeding that one side of the master or can I just top it off and bleed the brakes at the wheels?

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy

    If it isn’t equipped with ABS ..
    Might suggest fill the master and gravity bleed all four wheels while keeping the master topped off.

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