Question about 1998 Ducati Monster 900
Patience young Skywalker. It took me almost 3 hours to get a good clean bleed on mine. I suggest this method. Get a friend. One person goes down to the clutch bleed screw, the other stays on the clutch handle. Crack open the clutch bleed screw, THEN depress the handle slowly, and before the handle bottoms out tighten the bleed screw. Do this for 2 or 3 full resevoirs, and whatever you do, DO NOT let the resevoir go enpty. You MUST install and tighten the cap each time you fill fluid. It will not bleed without the cover in place. After you get a "pedal", pull the handle all the way to the stop, then release the bleed screw untill clear.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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