Brake Bleeding Apps will guide step by step to bleed brakes.
Why should I bleed my own brakes?
With car shops charging money to bleed each brake, not to mention the 2 week waiting time before they can fit you in, there’s never been a better time to take matters into your own hands when it comes to brake bleeding. Avoid the wait and the hassle of getting the thing down there, this is one job that you can easily do yourself. Bleeding your own brakes can also allow you to:
- Save time
- Save money
- Learn a new skill
- Get back on the trail in no time flat!
What is brake bleeding?
Brake bleeding refers to the process by which air bubbles are removed from the brake fluid used in hydraulic braking systems. The same process of bleeding air from the system is also used for purging the system of old brake fluid and replacing with new, therefore both procedures can be performed at the same time.
How do I know if I have air inside my brake?
There is one classic sign of air inside any hydraulic mountain bike brake and that is excess lever travel – sometimes referred to as a ‘spongy’ or ‘loose’ brake lever. If the lever has to be pulled a good distance before you feel the pads engage (or bite) the brake rotor then there is a good chance it is down to air inside the brake fluid.
How to use Brake Bleeding Guide ?
- You select Year/Make/Model.
- See step by step brake bleeding procedure.
What is vehicle support?
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