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Old 09-25-2001, 10:12 PM
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thanks for the advice.

I will probably employ the technique of opening the reservoir cap first. by the way for those of you who do open the bleed screw, i read that if you attach a piece of rubber tubing to the bleed nipple and submerge it in a jar full of brake fluid, then slowly depress the break pedal and then tighten the bleeder screw before you release the break pedal, you should not get air in the system(haynes, 300D 79-84, "bleeding the break system").
By the way sixto my haynes guide does not mention any nut or screw holding the rear rotor on it says "simply withdraw the rotor after removing the caliper" any i will find out when i get in there.
thanks guys
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