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Old 04-02-2021, 06:07 PM #1
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Bleeding brakesystem after rebuild

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Im having trouble bleeding out all the air from the brake system. I did a complete rebuild at the rear, but cant get all the air out...
I guess its the load sensing valve causing the problem? no air at the wheels atm...

The pedal is not as responsive and as hard as it should be.
Ive even used vaccum tools.

Is there any way to pressurize the system from the master cylinder? Any suggestions?
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Did you bleed the load sensing valve too?
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Yes, several times
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check for a leak at the master cylinder.
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check for a leak at the master cylinder.
Forgot to add that I replaced that aswell. No air or leaks there
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And you bench bled the master before you put it on?

You got air in the system somewhere. Are the rear shoes adjusted properly?
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And you bench bled the master before you put it on?

You got air in the system somewhere. Are the rear shoes adjusted properly?
Yes. Brakes adjusted properly aswell.

Maybe Ill just leave it to a workshop. They surely have some pro tools for the job...
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what order are you bleeding the brakes in?
furthest to closest?
LR -RR -LSPV-RF -LF

i have used this order for years with great success
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