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Bleeding Brakes V78 Pajero

Please can you advise me how we can bleed the brakes on a V78 that is stuck out in the middle of nowhere after a brake pipe burst, I have tried all the normal methods but the brakes still feel like they are full of air.

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U need two people in order to bleed brakes one person pumps the brake pedal 6 times and holds it down until the other person unscrews the small bolt on the brake caliper and when the pedal sinks all the way down the other person screws back the caliper screw not too tight then repeat the same process 10 times until the brake feels right.

good luck

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Company is guaranteeing only this much...but if u go for tweaking i suggest u to visit www.abdbrakes.com or call 009109544477754

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