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20th April 2019 14:04
poor1 Essential to change the brake fluid periodically as its hygroscopic . Honda dealers charge about £50.00 but money well spent.
19th April 2019 13:02
tricky70 Well done Flashy, always easier with two people.
19th April 2019 11:13
flashy All is good, brakes are nice and urgent now
19th April 2019 10:03
flashy Started on the front left and big sections of air are coming out, how?
18th April 2019 20:26
flashy
18th April 2019 20:16
Das Here hoping shes can find the brake pedal, unlike my missus
18th April 2019 19:40
flashy Brake bleed take 2 tomorrow morning. The missus is kindly pedal pressing for me
25th March 2019 21:19
flashy There's more pedal travel but it bites OK. Think I'll be getting some Brembo 4 pots
25th March 2019 20:07
Haltamer
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Originally Posted by Das View Post
What is the problem your actually having? Lack of a firm pedal?
+1 On this; I wouldn't expect the paticulars of which wheel to make a massive difference provided you've done at least the basic back / front pattern.

As a side note; It may be worth popping out to a nice straight B road and triggering the ABS a few times to clear the pump of old fluid, given you're planning another flush.
25th March 2019 19:51
flashy Thanks. According to that I have done it wrong.
LF:RF:RR:LR. Will tackle it the right way at the weekend. Only 9nm for the nipples?
25th March 2019 19:28
Das Its always the furthest away(or rather longest) brake line first, I've always been told. TBH though I doubt it makes a difference, unless you've been renewing the actual hard brake lines, as all the brake lines come of the ABS unit separately.

What is the problem your actually having? Lack of a firm pedal?
25th March 2019 17:51
Haltamer One from my special reserve for you:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Bb...H4Dtllh8aFa199



That should have a definitive answer; I'm scrolling through now..
25th March 2019 17:45
flashy
Ep3 brake bleeding procedure

Hi all, can someone please give me the definitive answer on the brake bleed sequence for an ep3? I've read every possible combination is the right way
I did LR:RR:LF:RF.
I ask because there has not been a great improvement.
If I redo it this weekend will the fresh bottle of dot 4 I've partially used still be OK to use?
Thanks.

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