Question about 1986 Suzuki RG 500
If you somehow introduced a large quantity of air into the lines it often refuses to simply bleed out (don’t ask me the science behind it as it makes my head hurt). You can squirt out fluid the standard way all day long and the air wont come out. There are several ways you can solve this. Either try bleeding out at every junction (from the top). Take off your banjo bolts and bleed the MC then down to your next banjo bolt junction etc. Messy but thorough. Or easier but expensive is buy a vacuum bleeding kit (as above) and just suck everything out from the bottom (careful to keep you reservoir full or you’ll do it all again!!!).
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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