Pump Action Grip Handle
Press down the handle and start pumping the brake fluid
Connect The Air Inlet
Working pressure:70-170 psi
Silicone hose for high temperature
Common Questions & Answers
Q: Why am I getting air bubbles in the line?
A: If you are experiencing air bubbles mixed in with the brake fluid, there is a possibility that the system is not air tight.
Air can leaked in through the threads of the bleeder valve during operation. The solution is to put Teflon Tape or thread sealant on the threads of the bleeder valve. This will create an air tight environment for the vacuum bleeder to work properly.
Q: Can I use this on a motorcycle?
Q: Is there a longer hose available?
A: Yes, we carry 6.5ft hose and they are sold separately
Q: What kind of air compressor do I need?
A: You will need an air compressor with 2 CFM
Q: What is the operating PSI?
A: 90 PSI
Q: What kind of brake fluid do I use?
A: Refer to your owners manual, most caps on the reservoir has it printed. Many vehicles call for either D.O.T. 3 or D.O.T. 4 fluid. D.O.T. 5 is now available, too; it’s a great improvement because it doesn’t eat paint or absorb moisture. The downside is that because D.O.T. 5 doesn’t absorb it, water that gets into your brake system can form little pools that can corrode your brakes.
|Model No.||Description||wt (lbs)|
|CP21029||Vacuum Brake Bleeder Kit||3.5|
|CP21029-HC||3.3ft Replacement Hose||0.2|
|CP21029-HC6.5||6.5ft Replacement Hose||0.25|