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Old 06-24-2007, 08:14 PM   #1
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Bleeding yamaha brakes????

is there a trick to this ?

my poor Jeniffer is sitting there collecting dust b/c i cant figure it out..

honda and suzuki is like a 4 min job.. i was doing this for an hour and a half last night and got no progress... there are little blue caps ont he side where it looks like you could put a REALLY BIG allen wrech (talking 25-27mm)... any trick? or is this thing broken?
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Take the bleeders loose and attach a hose with a syringe full of fluid on it and feed it in that way until it comes out of the resi.
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clayton reply and let me know what works, seeming i now know that 1 of your bikes is the same as mine, be good to know for down the road
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Pump 4 times SLOWLY, hold, loosen bleader Slowly, tighten bleader..Repeat untill all air out of the system, If it still doesnt feel right check the caliper, make sure its not siezed.
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Pump 4 times SLOWLY, hold, loosen bleader Slowly, tighten bleader..Repeat untill all air out of the system, If it still doesnt feel right check the caliper, make sure its not siezed.
:laughing6 thanks for the input, that is how you bleed brakes.. but it doesnt work on this one
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:laughing6 thanks for the input, that is how you bleed brakes.. but it doesnt work on this one

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clayton reply and let me know what works, seeming i now know that 1 of your bikes is the same as mine, be good to know for down the road
after trying everything i decided yamaha is like a car.. hit 100,000 and the engine light comes on in a car.. well yami did something to my brakes..


so, what worked... taking my bike to the yami shop
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