Question about 2005 Honda CBF 600
It sounds like air in the brake line.Have a really good look for fluid leaks first.If there is none,bleed the rear caliper.Check the fluid level in the master cyl. first and make sure it stays topped up while you bleed the caliper.A friend to help you bleed it makes the job a bit easier.Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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