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so to bleed the brakes and add new fluid, fisrt i do the front left, then the rear, then front right?? is this the correct procedure?? thanks for any help.
 

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just dont drain the system or you may end up with air locks get someone to oparate the leavers and top up the system as it gets lower and be careful they dont spill the fluid especily when topping up the front master cylinder cover the fairing with old rags just in case
 

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thanks i will go out and give it a try i just replaced the rear pads today ,so while the saddle bag is off i will change the fluid .thanks
 

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That is the correct order. If you want to save your self some headaches, get some speed bleeders. Then it's a one person bleed.:action:
 

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For bleeding the brakes on the 1500, I like to start with the right caliper(throttle side) and bleed that one 1st.

Then remove the rear master cylinder cap and bleed the left front caliper, finishing off with the rear caliper, never letting the brake fluid level get too low.
 
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