Question about 2004 kawasaki KDX 220 R
Release pressure on the system by opening the bleed screw on the slave cylinder on the rear wheel. It looks like short metal pipe with a nut for a base.
If this works you have a problem with the brake master cylinder or the brake pedal is not adjusted properly(no free play)
If this does not work you will need to remove the rear caliper in its entirety as you probably have a jammed piston.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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