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Old 05-14-2001, 08:04 PM
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After reviewing previous posts, I needed to confirm.
Is eezibleed the correct way to bleed the brake system on a 1997 E420?
Is is correct that eezibleed pressurizes from the cap of the master cylinder and flushes down from there? The service manuals seems to suggest a pressure system connected to a valve on the left front side of the master cylinder, does that make a difference?
I see eesibleed sells for about $30, is that the right equipment? I don't think I would want to make my own unit (trying to limit frustration levels!)
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