How to do a Complete Brake Flush and Bleed

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, July 29, 2014
  • How to Do a Brake Fluid Flush. Learn how to do a complete brake system flush to remove all of the old, water logged brake fluid out and replace it with fresh new DOT 3 brake fluid. I show you the two person method and the one person method to bleed the brakes. I also show you how to bleed drum brakes and disc brakes as well as the correct order to bleed them for a complete flush.

    Here is the tubing you need for the brake bleeder: http://amzn.to/1RQyTyF

    One Person Brake Bleeder: https://www.faceclips.net/video/1wwq1Vlk4Wg/video.html
    Everything you Need to Know About Brake Fluid: COMING SOON
    Wheel Cylinder Replacement: https://www.faceclips.net/video/GIWYkCOPAQ0/video.html
    How to Replace Drum Brakes: https://www.faceclips.net/video/zJ_UXP6GWkw/video.html

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  • fonz 2613

    fonz 2613

     34 minutes ago

    You don't want wahter in yer brake fluid

  • Hashim Mohamed

    Hashim Mohamed

     7 hours ago +1

    Coming soon . You forgot it

  • Dulce Covarrubias

    Dulce Covarrubias

     17 hours ago

    Thanks learning a lot! I hate to have a guy think women can’t do this!!! With ur videos I can do it myself!!! Thank you!👍

  • Mahmoud Omar

    Mahmoud Omar

     yesterday

    nice chris.. good job

  • Patrick Houtman

    Patrick Houtman

     2 days ago

    Another outstanding video. You are a huge resource for the do it yourself mechanic.

  • MynameLeaf

    MynameLeaf

     2 days ago

    Thanks this really helped not only the brake fluid was black but the brakes only worked barely pushed to the floor, this video really helped

  • Vision Vapor

    Vision Vapor

     3 days ago

    I feel like you’re forcing yourself to say water like that

  • Pushpak Patel

    Pushpak Patel

     3 days ago

    Car is off or on ??

  • Hero Palma

    Hero Palma

     3 days ago

    Hey chris! Does it go the same way with mitsubishi lancer glxi 95?

  • R tuner

    R tuner

     4 days ago +1

    Thank you so much for uploading this video! I’m changing three of mine and other five cars in the family over the Thanksgiving weekend soon.

  • Master U

    Master U

     4 days ago

    What do you think about dot 5.1

  • Djfilms Productions

    Djfilms Productions

     6 days ago

    I was changing my brake pads and I accidentally pumped the brakes and it was pushing the piston out as it should but all the brake fluid came out of 2 of my brake calipers and I put the brakes back together, but now my brakes are going all the way down to the floor and will barley stop my car. I’m wondering if I need to do this to all my calipers to get it back working. Never had this problem before I did that

  • Matthew Jackson

    Matthew Jackson

     6 days ago +1

    Nice vid bud

  • mike roth

    mike roth

     7 days ago

    hehe, nipple

  • Lee Jensen

    Lee Jensen

     7 days ago

    "brake fluid is very caustic, it will eat through paint, it will cause corrosion on metal" later on in the vid : rubs brake fluid all over hands looking at old bleeder valve lol

  • David Lunsford

    David Lunsford

     7 days ago

    I like your videos. Very good information to someone that doesn't know how to do it. But you said that you were done with the brake fluid and the brake bleeding. But don't you have to do it just a little bit once you change the calipers out. Shouldn't they have air in them that should come out? Or is it so minimal that it doesn't matter?

  • Thor Williams

    Thor Williams

     7 days ago +1

    Nice job- clear, concise, well illuminated, easy instructions my grandmother could understand.

  • Todd Hoffmaster

    Todd Hoffmaster

     7 days ago

    Excellent easy do it yourself video. Short and concise with no music. Thank you.. Now I want to go do my brakes :)

  • lim theng

    lim theng

     7 days ago

    Hey chris ! Is there anyway to contact you ? Would like to ask about my car break its not functioning well when step on it.

  • Dan

    Dan

     7 days ago

    Great job, Chris, I am learning a lot from you. Thanks