Dry Vacuum Bleeding Procedure

This procedure is a dry vacuum technique which involves applying a vacuum on top of the fluid reservoir to pull air bubbles up and out of the brake fluid. This procedure is suitable for clutch slave cylinders without a bleed screw or check valve type line quick connections. It may not be successful on systems with significant air traps in the line routing or master cylinder mounting angle, for example the Ford Ranger.

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IB195 04/21/2015