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Old 04-10-2002, 11:45 PM
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I agree, and will do this as a regular maintanence item.

Do you know of a DIY guide for flushing out old BF? I have flushed out the BF on old cars by completely draining and then blowing out the lines with air. This was an extreme case with evidence of rust etc.

What is the best technique for flushing BF. I don't want to introduce any air to keep the bleeding down. Do you refill with DOT 4 or 5?

Is what I am describing actually brake fade? My brakes stop, it is just that they grab and work like an on/off switch. I thought that fade was when the brakes work and then go away. I have experienced this (fade) with other cars when driving down a long hill when the brakes got hot.
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