Question about 1993 Yamaha FZR 1000
What do i do to bleed the clutch
I would suspect that the system is quite dirty internally on a model of this age. First verify that the internals of the reservoir and mastercylinder are clean of all crust and debris from old fluid . There are two small holes in the master cylinder bore, you must visually verify that they are both clean and clear. Begin with the m/cyl full of fresh DOT3/4 brake fluid. Pump the lever several times(10) and hold, break the banjo bolt at the line on m/cyl loose momentairly and retighten before releasing the lever, repeate untill good stream of fluid escapes each time without air spitting out. Be sure to protect plastic and painted surfaces from fluid spillage. Move to the next banjo bolt in the line and repeat process. Finish up at the bleeder screw on the slave cylinder. You should achive an operational clutch provided all components are good.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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