Question about kawasaki KLR 250 Motorcycles
Check for any high point in the hose, can sometimes tilt the bike to give the hose fall back to the disc cylnder.
try bleeding the banjo bolt at the master cylnder, same as using the bleeder, just crack it open under pressure.
sometimes air can be bled back to the master cylnder, by squeezing 2 or 3 times and then letting the lever flick back out, you may see some bubbles come back into the resiviour, careful they can squirt.
New pads can sometimes be a bit spongy until bedded in, if you replaced them as well.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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