Bleeding Wheel cylinder on a 91 corolla
I am trying to bleed the wheel cylinder on my 91 toyota corolla. But the right rear wheel cylinder won't bleed (Fluid is not coming out from the wheel cylinder). Also, I have pumped the brakes with both the engine on an off and the fluid does not come out.
I have the following questions:
1. Where is wheel cylinder bleed valve located. I have not seen any drawing that shows the wheel cylinder bleed valve. However, going by intution, I saw a outlet (on the back side of the back plate) with a cap on it. This outlet is on the wheel cylinder. So I am assuming that this is the wheel cylinder bleed valve. Is this correct?
2. I did a wheel cylinder rebuild by putting the new piston and boots. In the process, I have not put the old spring that was there in the wheel cylinder back in (this is per the instructions in the wheel cylinder repair kit that says that I should not be using old spring). Is it possible, that the piston is blocking the bleed valve? How do I over come this?
This is my first time working with the brakes, so let me know if you need further information to answer this.