Reservoir cap (threaded)
- Fill the reservoir with brake fluid up to the top reservoir
- With the cap removed, pump the brake pedal slowly several
times until no bubbles can be seen rising through the liquid.
Purge the air completely from the main cylinder using the
- Remove the transparent plastic cap from the bleed valve
and place the other end of the pipe in a container.
- Repeat the following procedure until there is no air left
emerging from the plastic pipe:
- Pump the brake pedal until it becomes hard and holds the
- Open and close the purge valve quickly while keeping the
- Release the brake.
CHECK THE FLUID LEVEL FREQUENTLY DURING THE
BLEEDIING OPERATION AND REPLENISH THE RESERVOIR
WITH BRAKE FLUID WHEN NECESSARY. IF THE RESERVOIR
EMPTIES COMPLETELY OF BRAKE FLUID AT ANY TIME THE
DURING BLEEDING PROCEDURE, PERFORM THE BLEEDING
PROCEDURE ALL OVER AGAIN FROM THE BEGINNING,
SINCE AIR WILL HAVE ENTERED THE PIPE. TAP THE BRAKE
PIPE LIGHTLY FROM THE CALLIPER TO THE RESERVOIR TO
ACHIEVE A MORE COMPLETE BLEEDING.
- Extract the transparent plastic pipe.
- Reservoir cap.
- Tighten the bleed valve and fit the rubber hood.
- Check brake fluid level.
- Once the bleeding process has been carried out, check the
efficiency of the brake to see if there is any resistance or any