Hello and welcome to THE Corrado Forum! We want you to feel welcome and enjoy your stay, so if you're new to forums in general, or just new to this site, pop in and say hello!
Please Note that posts in this area are temporary, they will auto-delete after 90 days of no activity. This is just to keep it tidy for newer newbies. Just keep that in mind if you post up pictures, etc - post those in the Gallery instead!
If you are breaking a car, please post details in this section. (Do NOT use the Parts For Sale section).
Please ensure you give full details and prices (where possible) for parts that are available. All new threads are Moderated.
Note: In order to post an advert to break a car, you MUST be a Donator. Please click here to support the forum.
Just to say I managed to bleed the brakes at the weekend.. using the manual 2 man pump the brake method as per Bentley manual.. the ezibleed was introducing loads of air into the system.. any suggestion on a better vacuum tool for the job next time.
i had trouble bleeding the brakes on my car i have an ezi bleed and struggled with it
in the end i borrowed a professional kit which was more successful
make sure the level in the reservoir does not go below the min
my problem was as i opened the nipple it was drawing air through the nipple thread giving the impression of air in the system
My brake pedal was quite spongy after bleeding but a few days driving the pedal firmed back up again
not long after i bled my brakes though my brake pedal suddenly started dropping to the floor - not good while driving the thing first i replaced the slave cylinder which did not cure it as it turned out to be the master cylinder that was at fault
whats the secret to bleeding the bleeding brakes ??? tried yesterday with an eazi bleed.... pumped about a litre through and think i got air in the system when i took the pressure of the tyre.... peddle goes right to the floor. any tips