Question about 2005 Hartford HD 200L
You probably still need to bleed them more. You can also try to backwards bleed them by pushing the pads apart as far as they will go. This will push air up and out of the master cylinder. Be sure to have the cover off of it when you do this though. Hope that helps a little.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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