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Old 06-11-2001, 12:44 AM
Tobias MB Tobias MB is offline
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Appreiciate all the input....

But, all I've seen so far is to dilute the old fluid with new and not replace it completely. Whether it is pressured in from the master cylinder reservoir or sucked out at the caliper nipples, how would one know it has all been replaced?

Think about it...take a quart of milk and if you wanted only pure water in the container without turning it upside down, how would you go about doing this? And no, you can't siphon the milk out! Not so easy is it? The only way I see it is to remove each caliper, dump it and bleed the system with new fluid.

Any ideas techs...?

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