Having problems with your 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier ?

I have a problem with my brakes!!! When i brake It seems only the rear right brakes grabs, it's like it's too high, i loose it up, at first it work but it got tight again. When i brake that wheel locks and it sounds like im doing a burnout and it bounces. All 4 hubs, brake, rotter are new. I drove it like that all winter and recently the abs light comes on and off. Did i bleed them wrong? Is there a certain order to bleed them or a different way? Tks in advance, Sylvain

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-11-2017

Answers :

To bleed brakes you should bleed the passenger rear first then the other rear then passenger front then driver front always start the bleed furthest wheel from the master cylinder
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