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Old 05-05-2011, 02:12 PM
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1997 chev blazer master cylinder

Hello,
I have a chance to purchaser my neighbors 1997 blazer that I have some speciel use for. It has been sitting for long periods of time and we live on the water. Most of the brake lines rusted out and I have replaced them.

No leaks and still no pressure. Put new master cylinder on and bench bled cylinder prior to installation. When pumping breaks to bleed lines, rotors and wheel cylinders brake fluid is pushing into the resevior cannister closes to the firewall and no fluid or air is purging at the bleeder valves. Any and all help/sugestions welcome. Mechanical skill above average, spelling not so well!

Thanks,
Mark

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does it have a brake boost? if new master cyl/lines the only thing left would be boost. but im not sure just guessin
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