Question about 2011 Suzuki TU250
Attached to the front brake handel is a black box type reservoir with two screws in it. Make sure the reservoir is level remove the screws and the cover then inside is a rubber boot and plastic piece make sure they go in the same way they came out. Except the rubber piece will be collapsed into its self when the oil is replaced. Fill the reservoir with DOT4 brake fluid and re bleed the front brakes to be sure you got all the air out of the system. you do not have to replace the cover to bleed the brakes just be careful not to get any brake fluid on the painted surfaces of the bike it is not good for the paint.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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