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02-11-2011 12:49 PM #21
Use your air compressor!!!
I wrote it up here:
DIY: 1-man Hydraulic Bleeding Kit for those with Air Compressor!>
02-11-2011 03:02 PM #22
02-12-2011 12:52 PM #23
02-12-2011 03:23 PM #24
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Mitivac kit is easy to use and cheap. I paid 29.99
at Autozone and I had a $20.00 rewards card, so ended up being 10usd.
works fine and simple one person job. I removed all fluid from the 840 and bled the system in about 1 hour 20 minutes. The hardest part was to move around with a jack and tools and lift each corner.
No air, no brake issues. I used a non-synthetic DOT4 fluid as the synthetic is good but retains too much moisture so you need to change every year which I don't want to do.
1997 BMW 840CiA
1990 BMW Z1
1999 BMW 528iT (Hauler mobile)
2002 Astro Van AWD
2003 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast Package
1987 BMW 535i with 5spd manual (for sale)
1992 BMW 735iL (needs head and interior)
1977 BMW 320i (project racecar)
2007 Mazda CX9 AWD (Wife mobile)
1998 Yamaha Blaster+Breeze
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