v8q at bellsouth.net
Tue Jul 17 09:22:08 EDT 2001
I prefer to remove the small hose that goes from the bottom of the reservoir to the bomb. It drains the most
and its easy to direct it into a bowl to catch it.
I then remove the reservoir and clean it and the screen. Use a spray carb cleaner or brake parts cleaner.
Replace and refill the reservoir, crack the banjo on the line from the reservoir to the pump to make sure all
the air is out.
Put the front up on jackstands, start the car and turn the wheels back and forth several times and pump the
brakes. Refill as needed. Takes a little over a quart.
schurz at uswestmail.net wrote:
> I would like to replace the Pentosin fluid in my 1989 Audi 200 Quatro.
> Does anyone know what is the best way to drain the old fluid inorder to get most of it out of the system??
> Thank you for any tips you can provide.
> Jim S.
> 1989 Audi 200 Quatro
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