- Have the assistant push the brake pedal all the way. Open the air bleeder
valve with the 10mm wrench. Let the fluid drains for 1-2 seconds then close the valve. Now the assistant can release the brake
pedal and push it back in again. Open the valve to drain the fluild then close it.
- It is very important to keep on refill the reservoir with new brake fluid
so the level stay between the MIN and MAX level.Continue the process until you see new (clear) brake fluild comes
out of the air bleeder valve.
- The first time usually takes about 10 minutes before you see the new fluild
comes out. The later 3 calipers will take way less time than that. Follow
the order of work until you finish the last caliper (Left Front).
- IMPORTANT: Remeber to clean all of the surfaces (especially painted surfaces)
that came into contact with brake fluid immediately. DOT3 and DOT4 brake fluids EAT paint. The paint will peel-off like
rice paper if the fluid stays there for a long time.
There's only one word to describe: WOW!
What a difference! The brake doesn't feel mushy like it used to be. It feels firm. I'm very confident everytime
I stomp on the brake pedal now.