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Hello,

I have a 2000 v92c and I removed the rear brake line by the pedal to move the line out of the way of the exhaust. PO work. I can't get the brakes to bleed correctly now. When I get fluid out of the hose I attached to bleed the brakes its full of air and won't stop. Now I get nothing. No fluid to come out at all. I don't know what is going on. Can't see any leaks or anything.

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Mark.


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www.speedbleeder.com I never had a more firm lever or an easier bleeding operation. I wish they had been invented 60 years ago.
Oh, and Mark, please complete your profile and a signature. That will help us to help you.
 

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Did you get the air out already mate ?
 

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the master cylinder lost it's prime. did you let the fluid run out of it? if you did you will never get it to bleed. reprime the master cylinder and it should fix your problem.


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Yeah thats right, never let your master cylinder empty while bleeding brakes or its back to square one and worse.
Check the connection where you disconnected it.
Make sure its not cross threaded and if it is youll need to remedy that. If its ok then make sure its tight then rebleed thr system with fresh brake fluid.
 

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I love a happy ending to a tale of woe.:)
 
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