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    Quick hydro bleed Q

    So I'm going to bleed my Juicy 7's tonight. Only question is, they have fluid in them already, should I take all that fluid out, then bleed it per instructions, or just replace it?

    The instructions don't say, and are written as if you have no fluid in the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukon
    So I'm going to bleed my Juicy 7's tonight. Only question is, they have fluid in them already, should I take all that fluid out, then bleed it per instructions, or just replace it?

    The instructions don't say, and are written as if you have no fluid in the system.

    Thanks
    Bleed with the fluid in. The directions aren't written as if you have no fluid in them. You may have read them wrong.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mg6NbIjmOM
    Follow that, it is much more clear than the directions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjcorley
    Bleed with the fluid in. The directions aren't written as if you have no fluid in them. You may have read them wrong.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mg6NbIjmOM
    Follow that, it is much more clear than the directions.
    Thanks!

    That video couldn't make it any easier.

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    Are they new? or are you bleeding them after used? If new fluid should be good. However I know when i got my 07 code the factory bleed job was horrible i bled them like 3 times then replaced the fluid to get all the air out.

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    They were three or so years old. I replaced the fluid, and wow, it came out black and chunky. I got a picture ill post if i remember.

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