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Brake bleeding procedure for a 1934 Duesenberg J body.

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18 Dec 2004 21:27 #2583 by arielc
Can anyone help me witn bleeding the air out of a 1934 J body car. I have replaced the master cylinder and am having dificulty getting all the air out of the system. Does anyone know or have the proper brake bleeding procedure? Thanks in advance!
Ariel Chmielarz

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23 Dec 2004 03:32 #2599 by Lycoming-8
Ariel,

Can't provide you with Duesie specific info, but it is generally suggested on modern cars to bleed the line that ends the farthest from the master cylinder. Then do the other three in decreasing distance order. Hope that is of some help.

'31 Auburn Coupe

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