Question about Volkswagen Golf
Bleed the back brakes first until you get clear brake fluid then you bleed the front brakes, make sure you keep the brake master cylinder topped up so you don't get air into the brake lines..
Posted on Dec 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i try to help you, firts refill brake fluid container,open purge valve in one wheel front only,wait few minutes when drops fluid, close this valve and open other wheel, same procedure, finally repeat this in each 4 wheels
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
On the backside of the brake backing plate there is a bleeder valve that looks more like a grease fitting. Someone needs to be in the vehicle with motor running, pump the brake twice and hold pedal down on the third pump while another person takes a small wrench or socket and loosens the bleeder valve, if no fluid comes out or it spurts, tighten the valve and repeat process until nothing but fluid comes out, do the same for the other wheel, keeping check on the fluid level in the master cylinder at the booster ( if equipped)
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
When you do a brake job with drums. You have to adjust the brakes by hand the first time. It doesn't hurt to put a little lude on the slack adjusters. Also if your reusing the brake drums, you need to grind or file the lip off the edge of the drum. this will throw off the adjustment.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
always start with the back passenger wheel, then back drivers wheel, then front passenger, last front drivers wheel, there should be a bleeder valve on each caliper, probably a 3/8 or 5/16 open end wrench, have someone pump the brakes up tight and hold it, turn the bleeder valve open until the pedal goes to the floor and retighten before they let the pedal go or it will **** air back in, continue doing this until you get a stream of fluid, no bubbles should be in the fluid, dont forget to keep adding a little bit of brake fluid every so often during bleeding
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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