Question about 2003 kawasaki KLR 250
FRONT BRAKE WON'T PUMP UP WHEN BLEEDING. FLUID JUST PASSING THROUGH
Klrs arent the easiest to bleed i had big hassle wen i replaced with new seals and piston on caliper if u have a stainless linelike mine it seems to make it worse i found taking caliper and fork holder bracket off and letting caliper hang loose worked any bends in line created air bubbles i was gettingfluid at bleeder but no resistance at lever tie lver against grip with string or rubber band overnite pump lever keeping resevoir topped up a quick open and close of bleeder ever few mins while holding lever in make sure banjo bolts are tight u can use talcum powder to check for leaks the key to this is patience it will work also rmbr to put spanner or nut inbetween pads wen caliper is loose hope this helps good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2012
Try gravity bleeding. Open bleed nipple and wait for steady dripping. After closing nipple, the lever doesn't have pressure, the cylinder at the lever is defective. It's a go- no go thing. Either it works or it doesn't. good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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