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Problem bleeding breaks on a 1991 240 200 1991

After replacing the master cylinder I was unable to get any flow out of any of the six bleeder valves on the front calibers. I did get flow out of the bleeder valves on both rear wheels. The break pedal has good pressure and travels about 2 inches.

I am letting it sit for a few days, and then plan on using a vacuum pump on the bleeder valve and 20 psi on my pressure bleeding rig. Unless some one has a better idea or what I should do.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 





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