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Bleeding brakes by my self?

What is the trick for bleeding brakes by myself on an 02 z28 camaro?

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  • christoph86899 May 06, 2010

    any way to do this without help neeed to be done by morning?

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Can't do it by self unless you by a vacuum bleeder or gravity bleed

however, if you have ABS you may find yourself with a spongy pedal after either because you need a scan tool to bleed the ABS system

Posted on May 06, 2010

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    Sean Reisdorf May 06, 2010

    Maybe my post wasn't clear enough...

    To bleed the brakes by YOURSELF you will need to buy a "one-man-bleeder" which is generic version of what we use in the garage as a vacuum bleeder

    The only other way is to gravity bleed
    To gravity bleed you open all the bleeders, remove the resirvor cap and wait....wait...wait... just make sure the master doesn't run out of fluid....typically you have to wait 3-4 hours before you get clear fluid out of all bleeders



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Have a partner pump the brakes up and hold it.
Open the bleeder.
Make sure your partner does not let the pedal up until you reclose the bleeder.
Keep doing this at each bleeder until you do not see anymore bubbles coming out.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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