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4835 New Holland no brakes
|michael||Reservoir is full of fluid. No visible leaks. No pedal pressure. Can't bleed system.
|BigT||From the parts diagram on the Official New Holland Online Parts Store website, the bleeder screws are right beside the brake lines where they go into the rear end/rear axle.
Follow the brake lines to the rear of the tractor. If you have a cab on the tractor, you may have to pull some access panels in the floor of the cab, or maybe there's enough room to gain access from outside the cab from the rear.
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