May 18, 2023
Proper maintenance of your brake bleeder kit is an essential part of ensuring the safety of your vehicle's braking system. A well-maintained brake bleeder kit can prevent accidents by making sure that your brakes are in good working condition. In this blog post, we will guide you through the steps required to maintain your motive brake bleeder kit for optimal performance and safety.
The first step to maintaining your brake bleeder kit is to dispose of any excess hydraulic fluid properly. Storing hydraulic fluid in your Power Bleeder can lead to damage to the vehicle, contamination of the environment, and increased risk of accidents. Check with your local regulations to ensure you dispose of the fluid correctly.
Once you have disposed of the excess fluid, the next step is to clean your Power Bleeder. Using denatured alcohol is critical to ensuring the longevity of your brake bleeder kit. The use of brake parts cleaners or other solvents not intended for use with plastic components may cause damage to the plastic components of your brake bleeder kit, leading to a reduced lifespan of your equipment. To clean your brake bleeder, pump denatured alcohol through the tank and hose assembly, and then let it air dry.
January 09, 2023
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