Question about 2003 Suzuki Aerio
Was bleeding brakes on my 2003 suzuki aerio sx. Lifed all four tires off found the brake bleeder valve. Each had a cap on it. As my friend pushed down on the brakes, i went to each one and loosened the nipple to get air bubbles out, and before he lift up the brake peddle, closed off the nipple. All the while doing this, making sure the brake master cylinder was keeping plenty of brake fluid as to not allow any air to enter the lines. Eventually, I bled all the bubbles out and all that was coming out was a solid stream of brake fluid. This is how I bled brake fluid on all my much older cars, but when I did this Suzuki this way, it was all worse than when I started. I then tried the exact same process with the car idling and turned on, thinking that some pump must push the fluid. Same results. I have to press the peddle many times then press down or it feels super mushy and the brake pedal hits the floor. Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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