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Re: e34 bake bleeding (archive)

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Posted by Neil Deshpande on April 07, 2002 at 23:56:20:

In Reply to: e34 bake bleeding posted by pete on April 06, 2002 at 20:04:13:


You MAY need to remove the master and bench bleed/prime it prior to install. Common issue.

Neil Deshpande



Does anyone have a tip or two on bledding brakes. I changes the master cylinder and still have a mushy pedal. I bleed them 3 times, had a nice pedal for a day , then mushy again. no leaks anywhere. any idea's


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