Plastic tubing (2)
Right wheel at
Push tubing (2) onto bleed fitting (1).
Tubing (2) should be long enough to
reach ground when connected.
bleed fitting (1)
Fill container half full with brake fluid
and position by wheel being bled.
Submerge free end in brake fluid.
Assistant should pump brake pedal slowly while brakes are bled.
Make sure free end of tubing stays submerged in fluid.
Bleed fitting (1)
a. Using 7/16-inch wrench, open fitting
(1) three-quarter turn.
Fluid and air will be forced through
tube. Continue until no more air
bubbles appear in fluid.
b. Close fitting (1) and remove tubing (2).
Steps 1 thru 4 should be repeated for upper wheel cylinder and left wheel.
The pressure bleeder should be connected to the master cylinder according to
manufacturer's instructions for proper operation.
After the pressure bleeder is hooked up properly, follow the manual bleeding procedure
with the exception of pumping the brake pedal.