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I still use the "two man" technique, but..(m) (archive)

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Posted by Terry on March 07, 2001 at 19:55:57:

In Reply to: WILL SOMEBODY HELP EXPLAIN HOW THIS WOKS, (M) posted by adam piotrowski on March 07, 2001 at 12:48:35:

I do know you attach the cap of that system to the master cylinder resevoir, then pump the fluid in. You need to still do 1 caliper at a time, leaving the bleeder nipple open. This way you don't have to have someone inside the car pumping the brake pedal to pressurize, you can just sit there next to your caliper while pressurizing the system yourself...If that makes sense. Sorry if it doesn't, I'm sure someone else has an idea.


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