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1986 1200 goldwing front right brake will not blead think does not function brake problem in front

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Remove caliper and install new rebuild kit, flush out old fluid from system. sounds like old fluid and seals gone bad.dirt gets built up and piston will stick.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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    j_atteberry Jan 01, 2013

    Wait...on the 1986 Gold Wing Interstate the rear brake is linked to the right front brake caliper Use the rear brake pedal to bleed the right front caliper.

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