Silent of Service,Same as the brakes. You might have to finagle that pressure switch to get any air bubble out of it.
May I ask, please: could you describe exactly how to do this with the vacuum bleeder? I can't find any videos except for older cars.Bleeding systems is an art form of sorts
You have to be patient and ensure you only release the bleed valve under pressure.
If you release the lever with the bleed valve open, you will draw air in.
If you allow the reservoir to go empty, you will draw air in.
My vote is to attempt again with the vacuum bleeder.
Bleeder is hand pump type, MityVac. It has a gauge. I thought I would try the simple method first, but obviously I have no idea what I am doing.Work naked like the wife and I do!
The process works best with two, but I’ve done it by myself.
My bleeder is air driven. What is yours?
SS,I can certainly walk you through it.
Perhaps a FaceTime call is in order when we are both ready. Right now I’m in the pool as intended.
I can write something up a bit later.
Ah I see, similar to the rear brake ABS banjo bolt: bleeding that resurrected my rear brake pressure.Yes, you are correct. On the left handle bar.
Air collects there.
SS,Every connection you make has the potential to allow air in and reduce vacuum. I would try to use the box end and go direct to the fitting with the hose.
As for the Bel-Ray, that will be fine. You just need a stripe around the threads for a seal against air intrusion.