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Unread 09-26-2011, 11:24 PM   #1
risz
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Brake hose install ?

Just installed new stainless brake lines to my 98 TJ. While at it, upgraded brake hoses, Crown Stainless braided hoses. Installed, seemed easy enough...bled the rear lines, all fine...went to bleed the front lines and the bleeder screws were twisted and no brake fluid... even went as far as to remove bleeder screws completely...no brake fluid...master cylinder was full...checked for leaks and proper connections...not sure what I didn't do??

is it possible i have the hoses installed backwards? or missing something not thinking about??

Any help or suggestions would be great...

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