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How do you bleed Ford F350 6.0 Brakes

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How do you bleed Ford F350 6.0 Brakes?


The way you are bleeding the brakes should work fine. Usually start furthest away from master which would be right rear then left rear then right front then left front. Make sure the bleeders on the top of the calipers. I have seen many times when caliper are replaced that the wrong caliper gets install on the right rear and the bleeder end up on the bottom.

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
I have done that about twenty times but still spongy. What next?
There really isn't any other way to do it other than pressure bleeding them with a pressure bleeder. Unless you got air into the abs pump then you will need to bleed it using a scanner.

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