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  • hydrovac bleeding

    i have a 1962 gt hawk and i need to know the proper way to bleed the hydrovac. e mail is rdolan@aol.com thank you

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    Just bleed like you would any other brake component, either hook a pressure bleeder to the reservoir and crack the bleeder screws (there are two) until the bubbles are all out or have a helper stroke the brake pedal while you loosen and tighten the screws. A short length of clear tubing and a bottle are useful for keeping the fluid from ruining your paint, and you can also watch for bubbles easier that way.

    nate
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