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I replaced all the brake lines ,wheel cylinders, an master cylinder.I'am having trouble getting any pedal.I did't bleed the master cylinder on the bench I'am trying to do it in the car[I forgot an installed it]should I take it back out an try the bench I'am not having any luck. IT's a power brake system,do I need to start the car for power brakes [vaccum]
 

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You should be able to disconnect the brake lines, feed flexible tube or short pieces of line back into the master clyinder and rebleed it while it is still on the car.

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I see you are fairly new, but this really belongs in the Brakes and suspension section.

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I believe that there is a post on this subject about bleeding brakes without the use of another body to press the pedal. If you search for bleeding brakes you should be able to find the post. It works very well. Hope this helps.


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