[s-cars] refilling brake system

Ian Duff iduff at comcast.net
Wed May 28 17:35:35 PDT 2008

I might suggest getting a pressure bleeder (such as the excellent  
Motive Power Bleeder www.motiveproducts.com), filling both the brake  
reservoir and the bleeder reservoir, pumping up the bleeder, and  
releasing bleeder screws in order until each is free of bubbles, all  
the while checking the pressure bleeder reservoir to ensure it remains  
-Ian Duff.

On 28 May, 2008, at 20:23, <theringmeister at triad.rr.com> <theringmeister at triad.rr.com 
 > wrote:

> OK so it's been sitting a while, but I finally got my clutch slave  
> cylinder back on the cq last night and the line hooked back up.   
> I've also replaced the clutch master cylinder and all 4 brake lines  
> at the wheels with stainless, and rebuilt all 4 calipers.  It's time  
> to refill the system since it's empty.  Should I just open all the  
> bleeder screws and start pouring fluid in and wait?  I know there's  
> a procedure for bleeding the brakes, but what about just filling the  
> system full of new parts?
> Any right or wrong?
> --
> Wylie Bean
> TheRingmeister at triad.rr.com
> 90 cq
> 91 90q20v sport
> 92 UrS4
> 01 allroad
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