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Vendor: Dapetz

Brake Clutch Bleeding Kit 1L Air Powered One Man Operated Type

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Barcode: 5057957031903
Product Type: Brake Repair Tools
SKU: DP13284
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Weight: 1.0 kg
Vendor: Dapetz

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Description
  1. Initially, assemble the air-powered one-man-operated clutch bleeding Brake Clutch Bleeding Kit.
  2. To start, locate the brake fluid reservoir and remove the cap, facilitating a seamless setup process.
  3. Subsequently, connect the kit's pressure unit securely to the reservoir using the provided fittings.
  4. Once connected, ensure a tight seal to prevent any potential leaks during the bleeding procedure.
  5. Moreover, examine the kit's hose and select the appropriate attachment to affix it securely to the vehicle's brake bleeder valve.
  6. In addition, position the kit's collection bottle strategically to catch the expelled brake fluid, promoting a tidy and efficient bleeding process.
  7. Before initiating the bleeding, thoroughly inspect all connections for any signs of looseness or vulnerability.
  8. Prioritize safety by wearing protective eyewear and gloves as you engage the one-man-operated clutch bleeder.
  9. Begin the bleeding process by slowly pumping the kit to build up pressure within the brake system.
  10. Simultaneously, open the brake bleeder valve using an appropriate wrench, initiating the fluid evacuation with precision Brake Clutch Bleeding Kit.
  11. Monitor the kit's pressure gauge closely, ensuring it remains within the recommended range throughout the bleeding operation.
  12. Employ a systematic approach, starting with the farthest brake or clutch component and progressing towards the nearest one.
  13. As fluid is expelled, observe for the presence of air bubbles, signifying successful bleeding and the removal of any trapped air.
  14. Periodically check and replenish the brake fluid reservoir to prevent air from entering the system during the bleeding process.
  15. Conclude the operation by closing the brake bleeder valve securely, disconnecting the kit components carefully, and restoring the brake fluid reservoir cap.