Question about 1995 kawasaki VN 750 Vulcan
You still have air bubbles trapped on the fluid hose, going to the brakes. To get rid of them, pump three times, hold the brake grip, unscrew the breathing tap down on the brakes, let it bleed, seal it and pump again. During all this procedure, you must always have the fluid reservoir on the steering bar, full, and closed to create pressure downwards. If done right, should have it in no more than 20min.
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