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Re: Bleeding ABS Brake Lines
On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Phil Payne wrote:
> b) With a vacuum bleeder, air enters via the threads of the bleed screws.
> Eliminating this air from consideration is an art.
Which is why you should first back the bleeding screw out as far as
you can without removing it, and smearing its threads with petroleum
jelly... stops those leaks in their tracks!
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