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Old 11-15-2008, 01:37 AM   #1
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Default bench bleeding master cylinder?

ive read on it and ive searched on it but i dont fully understand how to , ive read that u have to push the rod back and forth gently but does the master cylinder have to be on the brake booster? pics would be awsome but any step by step would be great to
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Default Re: bench bleeding master cylinder? (801ef)

bench bleeding can be done in the car.. its probably easier anyway. you have to put the resovoir on and fill it up, then run some rubber hose from the output back to the resovoir. just pump it until you stop seeing air coming out. you might also want to put a towel under that, unless you don't like paint on your car very much.

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Default Re: bench bleeding master cylinder? (801ef)

I have bench bled a master cylinder all of 2x in my life. It is pretty easy to do on the bench. Here is a pretty good online guide: http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq....html

I bought my master cylinder remanned at Napa.
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