How To Bleed Brakes
|STEP 1|| Remove brake fluid reservoir filler cap
|STEP 2|| Attach Speedi-Bleed adapter to reservoir
* Firmly & evenly tighten wing nuts (C100, C200, C300 adapters)
* Lubricate o-ring to ease installation (applicable adapters)
|STEP 3|| Connect bottle fluid hose to adapter
* Push bottle female coupler onto adapter male coupler
|STEP 4|| Fill Speedi-Bleed bottle with fresh brake fluid
* If bleeding / flushing all 4 wheels, fill bottle 80-90%
* Firmly re-tighten bottle cap after filling bottle
* Bottle can be pre-filled away from vehicle to prevent spills
|STEP 5|| Connect bottle air hose to tire
* Make sure pressure regulator is backed off before connecting
* Pro & Complete Kits - push air nozzle onto tire valve and twist
nozzle clockwise 1/3 turn to release and seal pressure
|STEP 6|| Set working pressure
* Starting with 0 psi, slowly adjust regulator to 10-15 psi
* Observe adapter / brake reservoir for any signs of leaks.
No leak should occur, but if so, lower pressure until leak subsides
|STEP 7|| Open bleeder screws
* Open for 10-15 seconds, or until fluid is clean and bubble free.
* A clear hose and catch container can be used to collect the old fluid
* If bleeding multiple wheels, do each wheel in sequence
Speedi-Bleed removal procedure
1. Adjust air regulator down to 0 psi
2. Remove air hose from tire
3. Disconnect fluid hose from adapter
4. Remove adapter from master cylinder reservoir
5. Replace master cylinder filler cap
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