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dougie212
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 20:38    Post subject: Brake Bleeding Reply with quote

Hi there

I have just fitted new pads and discs to my 51 plate Grand Vitara 2.0TD. I also fitted a new caliper as it had seized.

All fitted I bled the new caliper, went to the old caliper and found no bleed nipple, just a bolt....... Im confused....

I loosened the bolt and sure enough fluid came out so I imagine its a bleed bolt of some sort but there no way a tube is getting on there.

Im just wondering if the bolt is where a bleed nipple should be?? Does anyone know..... The brakes feel ok, but Id be happier if I could bleed them all again, and would rather know what the deal with this bolt is...

Thanks in advance..

Duncan
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dirtfriendly
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2016 15:19    Post subject: brake bleeding for the rear axles Reply with quote

well i i can remember my samurai only has 1 bleeding nipple at the back. i hope i'm not too late to reply sorry Smile
tip: put brake fluid in your resevoir put a hose on the rear nipple into a bottle bleed till you dont see bubbles. keep in mind to fill the resevoir in the hood before it gets empty. and use the fluid that you catch in the bottle. always lock the nipple before refilling to prevent air going back in.
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