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Finally, gently push down on the plunger to “pressurize” the
system. No need to go crazy here. You’re basically only setting
the pistons to their correct positions against the bleed block. More
pressure is not necessarily better.
Use the isopropyl alcohol and clean shop rag to clean the fluid
spilled on the lever. There will always be a few drops, no matter
how clean and efficient a mechanic you are.
Close the Bleeding
Edge fitting by
tightening it one
until it stops. Then,
remove the bleed
fitting by pulling it
straight out of the
Close off the hose clamp to
prevent excess fluid loss.
And then disconnect the top
syringe from the brake lever.
Replace the bleed screw with the T10 Torx wrench. This is a fairly
low torque bolt. Be careful not to over-tighten and strip this out.