*Remove the bleed valvc cap, attach
clear plastic hosc
t o the bleed valve, and run the othcr end o f the hosc
i n t o a container.
*Open (loosen) the valve slightly, push both pistons in
by hands as far as they will go using a worn pdd, and
then close (tighten) the valve.
fluid, dnd recap the bleed valvc. The blced valve must
be tightened t o
in-lbs) o f torque.
*Insert the clips through the pins on the right side o f
the right pad.
the pad cover.
*Since w r n c brdke f l u i d wds lost when the blced valve
wns opened, check the fluid level in the master cyl-
inder m d bleed the air from the brdkc systcni (Pg.
*Push the bleed valvc cap o n t o the valve.
A. Bleed Valve
B. Worn Pad
Do not lever the pistons with a screw-
driver against the disc. This can damage
or warp the disc.
*Insert one o f the pins through the outer wall o f the
caliper, the pads, and i n t o the inner wall o f the caliper.
NOTE: Hold the pin by the end w i t h the hole t o insert
DO not attempt to drive the motor-
cycle until a full brake pedal is o b
tained by pumping the brake pedal until the pads are
against the disc.
The brakes will not function on the
first application of the pedal if this is not done.
*Rcnio\c the rear wheel (Pg.
*If the callper
t o be disas~eniblcd, looser the caliper
A. Allen Bolts
B. Rear Caliper
the anti-rattle springs.
Be sure that the end
o f each spring goes under the installed pin, nnd that
the top o f each spring rides on the pad.
*Remove the banjo bolt at the caliper, and temporarily
*Insert the other pin through caliper and pads pressing
secure the end o f the brake hose t o some place higher
down the free end o f ench 5pring so that the pin cnn
than the rear brnke reservoir t o prevent fluid loss.
pass over it.
There i s a flat washer on each side o f the hose fitting.