1993 geo tracker breaks bleeding sequence


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Old 01-31-09, 03:11 PM
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1993 geo tracker breaks bleeding sequence

What is the sequence to bleed the breaks on a 1993 geo tracker?
 
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All cars are the same. Furthest to closest, so:

Back right

Back left

Front right

Front left.
 
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Old 01-31-09, 04:45 PM
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when in doubt that is the best way, but if the braking system is set up as a diagonal system where the left rear and right front are hooked together and the right rear and left front are together then you bleed rr/lf, lr/rf. with the advent of antilock i think that system died though. so Mark is most likely correct.
main thing is don't let the master cylinder get low on fluid while bleeding and use clean new fluid or fluid that is not over 2-3 months old as once opened brake fluid will draw moisture from the air especially in a humid area of the country

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