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Username Post: bleeding with hydro boost . . .        (Topic#348924)
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12-30-17 05:19 PM - Post#2719467    

any special procedure or is it just like a normal truck....
bleed farther-est away and move forward.....

just put a new master on as i couldnt get any fluid to push to the back brake light on so i doubt its the valve....

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12-30-17 08:51 PM - Post#2719486    
    In response to letsgo7815

no different in my experience.
gravity bleed them first

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12-30-17 09:49 PM - Post#2719492    
    In response to letsgo7815

Did you bench bleed the new master?

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12-31-17 07:38 AM - Post#2719516    
    In response to 2plus2

as best as i could, though i could not get any fluid to move on the one chamber and i seem to recall it did the last one i bench bled.
mind you thye also have a new bleed procedure its not with tubes going to the res now. . .

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