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What is brake bleeding?

What is brake bleeding?

What is brake bleeding?

The term 'brake bleeding' refers to the process by which air bubbles are removed from the brake fluid used in hydraulic braking systems. The same process of bleeding air from the system is also used for purging the system of old brake fluid and replacing with new, therefore both procedures are usually performed at the same time.

 

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