I decided it was time to replace my rear drums on my 1988 Chevy Blazer
S-10 4x4 4.3 V6. I picked up 2 drums, 2 shoes, dot3 fluid as well as 2 new
wheel cylinders. I'll spare us all of the horror story of the employees at
Autozone and skip to the heart of the question.
After replacing 2 wheel cylinders in the back, but also had to replace
one of the brake lines from the right rear to the junction block above the
rear axle. I blead the back two, got all the air out, and no leaks, and had
plenty of fluid in the resevoir -- however I still have a low pedal and a
"BRAKE" light in my dash.
It was raining so I had to stop -- my next idea is to blead the fronts,
even though I didn't open those and that resevoir never went down. Is this
the next logical thing -- err the first thing I should have (after the
rears) since I opened up a line?