Question about 2001 Alfa Romeo 147
Posted by Anonymous on
Small container with brake fluid and bleeding pipe,spanner,fender covers and an assitant,jack and stands
1)Fill the brake fluid reservoir to its maximum level
2)Make sure all bleed ******* are tight and there are no nipple
3)Always start with the furthest wheel from the brake master cylinder
4)Tell your assistant to climp in the car for about 10 times.
5)as he depresses the brake pedal,with your container insert the pipe on the bleed nipple then grab your spanner and loosen the nipple,do this procedure on all wheel cylinders until there is no air bubbles seen
After doing all the above adjust the brake fluid level
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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