abercanadian wrote:These are the cats arse for bleeding brakes
Aidan, I think you just have to match up the thread pitch and possibly length to get the right ones, a lot of these sold on ebay quote the sizes, so not too difficult to match up - one time I had a bad bleeder and I ended up picking up a Mercedes bleed valve, same thread but a little bit longer ...still worked though.Aidan wrote:abercanadian wrote:These are the cats arse for bleeding brakes
These seem to be a great idea, Larry, even easier than the Eezibleed system. But they don't list Jaguar in their imported makes section. Do you know if ones that fit another car would suit 40s and 300s?
752120 wrote:OK now I am miffed, changed masyercylinder for known good one, bought vacuum bleeder, bled rear brakes using the cars pump as per the advice on the forum. Bled front brakes but never got anything but bubbles with ignition on and off so got a visibleed which is a one way valve on a tube and you clamp it to the nipple. Front brakes bled in 10 minutes. Have I got a pedal????????
No the pedal still goes to the floor, abs light went off briefly when I took it down the road but stays on now. Feels like the master cylinder still as the brakes do work if you stamp on the pedal. I cannot spot any leaks but cannot rule anything out due to the place I am having to work. I am not having much luck with the weather either (it's raining again) so I am trying to hit things in short bursts. Any advice?
Are you able to bleed the mastercylinder/boost pump if so how?