Thread: Help! Breaks!!!
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:30 PM
albinofury albinofury is offline
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When trying to bleed them are you trying it on all bleeder valves? Pop the lid on the brake fluid reservoir and loosen all bleeder valves then pump the brake it's gonna be messy but if all bleed besides one then you know it's that line. Then tighten the bleeder ones and completely remove the bleeder valve on the faulty one sounds crazy but you can also heat up new brake fluid in the microwave and pour it in while it's nice and warm, the heat should help relax the lines and push any blockings through. We used to do this to our farm truck due to mud and dust making its way in (somehow?)
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