No more hand pumping or treading pedal to bleed brake oil.
Step 1 .
- Only extract the used brake fluid when it is cool down.
- Note: The pump heat-resist is -3℉ – 140℉.
Step 2 .
- Connect the bleeder kit to the air compressor. Air pressure: 40 – 170 psi.
- Note : Set the pressure at least 80 Psi to make the job more efficient.
Step 3 .
- Remove the dust cap on the bleeder screw, put the universal rubber adapter on the brake nipple to connect the bleeder kit with the caliper.
- Loosen the bleeder screw with a wrench.
- Applying some grease to the joint makes it seal better.
Step 4 .
- Fix the trigger with fixing ring, no need to hold the pump during the whole bleeding process.
Step 5 .
- Keep bleeding until the fluid is coming out clean.
- Remove the rubber adapter and put the bleeder dust cap back.
Step 6 .
- Open the well-sealed oil outlet and pour the used brake fluid to another container.
- Take the used oil to the nearby recycling center.