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Old 06-01-2019, 07:46 PM   #1
 
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Just got a 07 Navigator with 117k miles that pulls to the right when driving then to the left when brakes applied.
Started up front replacing both front hoses, calipers and pads.
When it came time to bleed got no brake fluid out of passenger bleed screw so checked the hose fitting and still no fluid then unbolted hose and got no brake fluid out of brake line itself.
Where do I start to look for the blockage?
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Just got a 07 Navigator with 117k miles that pulls to the right when driving then to the left when brakes applied.
Started up front replacing both front hoses, calipers and pads.
When it came time to bleed got no brake fluid out of passenger bleed screw so checked the hose fitting and still no fluid then unbolted hose and got no brake fluid out of brake line itself.
Where do I start to look for the blockage?
How are the hard lines? Crimped anywhere?
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From what we saw when we followed them from the caliper to the ABS pump no.
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