What is the problem that you are facing with the brakes?
Low brake pedal?
When calipers are replaced, bleeding has to be done. You would require an assistant to pump the brake pedal and hold while you release the bleeder bolt at caliper.
Here are the procedures.
1. Pump brake pedal a few times.
2. Hold brake pedal.
3. Release the bleeder bolt at caliper. (Attach a hose to bleeder bolt to collect the brake fluid to prevent from splashing all over)
4. Retighten bleeder bolt.
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 till no air bubbles comes out.
Remember not to allow fluid level in master cylinder reservoir to go too low.
For bleeding, start with wheel nearest to master cylinder and move on to the next nearest with the farthest wheel last.
May, 17, 2009 AT 2:36 PM
Yes the brean pedal goes to low and I don t get enough breaking.
May, 17, 2009 AT 3:15 PM
I just went downstairs and did it and its working great now. Thank you very, very much.