Question about Hyundai Elantra
Loosen your bleeder screw. Push one end of a peice of vacuum line on it (about 2 feet long). Make sure it fits tight. Put the other end of the vacuum line in a clear bottle or jar of clutch/brake fluid, about half full. Pump the brake pedal until the bubbles quit coming out. Tighten the bleeder screw, remove the hose, and repeat on each wheel. You have to keep the jar end of the hose submerged. If not, when you release the pedal, it sucks the air back in. If you can't get any air out of that one screw, you may have to remove the screw and clean it, or replace it. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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