Question about 1990 Suzuki GSX 1100 FK (Katana)
Where is bleed valve located
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
Fill your res. at the lever, leave the cover off. Don't squeeze the lever. Open the bleed valve down on the clutch till fluid runs out. Tighten it a little and add some fluid as it drains out. Close the bleed valve, refill the res. Barely reopen the bleed valve and let some more fluid seep out. Close the bleed valve and refill the res. Put the cap on, Go.
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