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Date Posted:08/10/2011 07:02:43Copy HTML

Hi,

 
   After replacing my master cylinder I tried another bleeding method I found from Land Rover site:

 1. Get about 50 ml syringe
 2. Put about 10 cm hose at the end of it
 3. Get it full of brake fluid from your MC reservoir.(and remove air from syringe and hose after this)
 4. Loosen bleeder screw from wheel(just enough to get it dripping)
 5. Put syringe hose over bleeder screw
 6. Slowly push brake fluid through wheel cylinders and pipes to MC reservoir.
 7. Close bleeder
 8. Do this 4 times and your brakes will be better than ever

 And yes 50 ml is enough. This method is good for lonely people. And also it is a lot better method than traditional pump/shout for 2 people...

Tero
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