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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-06-03, 05:58 AM Thread Starter
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Rookie brake question...

I have posted this on the brake forum but thought I would post it here too. Thanks.
When you are bleeding the brakes, and you unscrew the bleeder valve next to the brake assembly so that you can bleed them, what direction do you turn the valve to loosen it? This would be on the passenger side. My valve is stuck and I am afraid I might be trying to muscle it in the wrong direction. Thanks for the help. Also, is the master cylinder "cap" (the cap you remove to add brake fluid" supposed to be on or off when bleeding" Again.
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Re: Rookie brake question...

Good Question, never really thought of it, hope someone answered in the brakes section, unfortunately I have no clue, can't even think of what we do when we do it.
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