Question about 2002 Yamaha WR 426 F
First bleed the MC, Remove the brake hose - block the outlet of the MC with your finger - pump the lever and crack you finger loose for an instant to bleed the air out - repeat til only fluid comes out. Quickly install the brake hose. Bleed the brakes by cracking loose the brake hose bolt. Bleed at the caliper bolt. Bleed as normal with the bleeder valve.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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