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How do I change break fluid in an 05 Kawasaki 300klx?

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The easiest way i find is to drain the resevoir, refil and drain with a vaccuum bleeder until clean fluid comes through the bleeder (topping up the resevoir as you do so)
this works for front or rear brakes.
hope this helps

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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