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  • 17-03-2014, 08:09
    when bench bleeding i never route the fluid back to the reservoir as you're only putting air bubbles back in the system. run the pipes into another container of fluid and top up the master as you go.
  • 16-03-2014, 21:15
    Theres no fitting for the master cyl top as thats the way i would have gone .
  • 16-03-2014, 20:34
    Big Joe
    Have ou tried using a Gunson pressure bleeding system?
  • 16-03-2014, 19:47
    You might need to bench bleed the master cylinder
  • 16-03-2014, 19:36

    vacuum bleeding brakes

    Just changed the master cyl on the 57 chevy truck, original single circuit but fitted with remote servo and proportioning valve ,filled master with oil ,when vacuuming from rear furthest rear drum it would not draw hardly any brake fluid out but pedal went hard ?. Any ideas

    Front is 1979 camaro clip with discs ,1979 rear camaro with drums

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