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Old 06-10-2001, 02:11 AM
Tobias MB Tobias MB is offline
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Topping off or bleeding the brake fluid is easy and pushing a little of the old out, but how do you flush the system?
The bleed nipples are always on the top side of the calipers or backing plates but the pressure lines can go in anywhere. So how do you get all the old fluid out along with any accumulated debris that bleeding won't do? Seems as though one would have to remove the caliper, compress the pistons, remove the nipple and do a drain and flush. Then rebleed the whole system over. Anyone know of an easier method or device to help? Curious....

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