Rear brake gets the fluid from the rear master ... easiest way to get at the brakes is to remove the left saddlebag. you could try the old standby of pump the foot brake 3time..HOLD the brake down, open the bleeder valve let the old fluid drain into a vessel and then close the bleeder valve..then repeat. Be sure to REFILL the fluid reservoir and not let it empty. Might also think about installing "speed bleeders" while you are in there...I must have gotten some air in the rear break line while the bike sat for about a month. Any help on how to bleed the break like would be greatly appreciated. You all ride safe and God bless.
Ok, dumb question but im at work. how many do I need to order?FYI: The part number for the 1500 Speedbleeders, per the mfg, is SB-8125LL
I just ordered a full set today and they seem cheapest right from the maker's website.