Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Chicago south suburbs
Okay, so they were attached... that may make it somewhat easier, I would imagine... I think I would bench-bleed the master with the booster attached, as long as you can hook it up that way. That way you can bench-bleed it using the push-rod instead of a screwdriver. Do it in a vice, if you have one. Clamp it so it's level and bleed it, so you get those last few air bubbles out. And I would bleed the entire system as well. Brake fluid is cheap you don't want to chance having air in the system... I would say that's the best way of doing it.
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