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Old 03-17-2013, 04:39 AM   #6
TINK
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Location: So Cal
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Originally Posted by Married Man View Post
I've had the same issue after replacing the rear mc and brake line. I tried pushing and sucking the fluid through with the same poor results. I got pressure after I removed the caliper, put a wedge in between the brake pads, and strung it up so that the bleeder was on top. I used a one-way valve brake bleeder until I got no air and then let it sit for a day and bled it again. Teflon tape the bleeder valve to keep air out. I have good brake pressure now.

+1 on the Teflon tape.. oh, ya, don't forget to wedge the pads.
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