Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 250
You would need to change the main and the dust seal.
Pump out the piston then remove the dust and the main seals then clean out any white powder residue in the slots where the seals were, clean the piston with wet and dry paper or 1000 - 1200 grade glass paper and replace seals lubing up with brake fluid first do not use oil or grease as this will swell the seals and replace the piston, you may need to give this some GENTLE persuasion with a G glamp.
It's easier when bleeding your system to leave the caliper loose and also any ties that hold the brake line to the bike and try and get the caliper held above the fluid resevoir thus making it easier to expel the air as you have quite long brake lines in this bike.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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