Crazy Devoted Member
Join Date: May 2005
Location: Miramichi, New Brunswick
Drives: 2005 Taurus SE
Bought with 111,432KM in October of 2012
Rep Power: 36
If it were me I would lift the weight off of the front wheels while turning the wheels back and forth to bleed out the air. Also do not hold the wheel against the locks when bleeding the system. After cutting the wheels several times back and forth, shut the car down for a bit to let some air rise. Then repeat the process over again. Also as Behlinla mentioned, do not let the resevoir level drop.
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