Yes that's the right procedure. I also find it helpful to just put
my finger over the bleeder and let the fluid squirt out a few times. It
seems that it always takes a while to get the air out using the old tube
in the bottle routine.
On Mon, 7 Dec 1998, Chris Chandler wrote:
> Art Pfenninger wrote:
> > Chris, I would suggest that you adjust the rear brakes and re-bleed it
> > again. Sometimes it can take hours to do the job and quarts of fluid but
> > in the end it always seems to work. If you are using a fancy brake bleeder
> > this could also be your problem.
> No fancy equipment... just me, my wrench and my wife. <BG>
> Seems to work out better for me than others had indicated it worked for
> I wonder what I'll have to promise to get her to lend a hand again???
> Is the correct order: Right Rear, Left Rear, Right Front, Left Front
> (working from farthest away from MC to closest)?