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Location: casselberry, fl
Re: Bench bleeding MC with bleeder valves
Thanks for the bench bleeding tips and the link to the CRG tech. article on the subject.
I've followed the advice and have removed the MC to bleed it outside of the car.....and to bleed it from the brake line ports as opposed to the two bleeder screws on the side of the MC.
One last question on the subject though.....With the two bleeder screws on the side of the MC being higher and directly above the line ports, wouldn't it stand to reason that there could still be air trapped behind the bleeder screws even when the all air is completely purged from the line ports?
What I'm getting at is should you bleed from the two bleeder screws and well as the line ports?
1968, 327 210 HP, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Custom Interior, 4 Speed, Console, Gauges, Tilt Wheel, Speed Warning, Fiber Optics, 10 Bolt 3.55 Posi Rear end......Owned since 1978.