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We have purchased a Used 1998 KX100. The previous owner did not rapair anything. We are taking one thing at a time.
We replaced the Brake cable plastic holders (fork) and when we disconnected the front brake line from the master cylinder, we can not seem to bleed the brakes and get them back. They worked fine before we disconnected. Can anyone give suggestion?
 

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you have air in the lines now. go to any car part store and pick up a MITY-VAC. hook it up to the nipple on the caliper , open the bleeder valve, start pumping. make sure you have the RESIVOIR LEVEL on the bars w/ the cap off. DO NOT SUCK IT DRY !! just have someone keep it full while you pump the mity-vac. i would run thru 1 or 2 RESY's of fluid (DO NOT EMPTY THE RESY, just suck it down to an 1/8" of fluid then refill) fill to top of window in resy and put cap back on. spray down with WATER and wipe it down.
good luck :wink:
 
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