Lesson 6/Learning Event
ATTACHING BLEEDER HOSE
should bleed the left front wheel cylinder first, then the right
rear, the left rear, the right front, and the left front again. It
is good practice to rebleed the four wheels again to ensure a
perfectly air-free system.
e. To disconnect the bleeder, always cover the quick-disconnects with
cloth before disconnecting them.
This avoids fluid spilling onto
the vehicle finish. Just uncouple the quick-disconnect, and remove
the adapter from the cylinder. Be sure the reservoir is filled to
within 1/2 inch or less of the top and replace the gasket and filler
Always cover fenders and keep hoses clean to avoid
a. Follow the general procedures above, except DO NOT bleed with the
b. If the power unit has a bleeder screw, bleed it first. Some have
two bleeder screws. When there are two, bleed at the highest screw