Start the brake system bleeding procedure on the wheel cylinder that is the furthest away from the master cylinder. To bleed the brakes you will need a supply of brake fluid, a long piece of clear vinyl tubing and a small container that is half full of brake fluid.
- Clean all the dirt and grease from the caliper or wheel cylinder bleeder plug and remove the protective cap. Connect one end of a clear vinyl tube to the fitting.
- Insert the other end of the tube into a jar which is half filled with brake fluid.
- Have an assistant slowly depress the brake pedal while you open the bleeder plug 1 / 3 - 1 / 2 of a turn. Fluid should run out of the tube. When the pedal is at its full range of travel, close the bleeder plug.
- Have your assistant slowly pump the brake pedal. Repeat Step 3 until there are no more air bubbles in the fluid.
- Repeat the procedure for each wheel cylinder. Add brake fluid to the master cylinder reservoir every few pumps, so that it does NOT completely drain during bleeding.