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Re: Bleeding your brakes

Originally Posted by Frango100 View Post
Yes, you have to remove the reservoir cap to not create a vacuum and also to check/fill the fluid before air will enter the lines.
I nave the FSM and there is no mention of removing the mc cap before bleeding, but that sure is what it takes.

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