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Brake failure is one of those things that shouldn’t ever occur, but still lies within the realms of physical possibility. Thanks you very much fellas. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Once you get a brake line with no air in it the only play in the pedal/lever will be due to: the expansion of the brake line, that is why people Source

Please help troubleshoot. thejunkman 182,549 views 9:58 Bleeding Front Brakes - Duration: 10:01. My guess is he doesn't need any parts. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/showthread.php?259457-rear-brakes-not-working-(no-resistance)

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Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Just place the cap on loose. Reply Contact Sorry I ment to say brake cleaner the problem I am haveing is I can't remove all the air from the rear brake system so I ordered new banjo

Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in I can really jam on the syringe but absolutely no fluid will enter the caliper. -I figured the master cylinder seals might be busted somehow, so I bought a new master Rear Drum Brakes Not Working Mon, Apr 20 2009 7:17 AM In reply to FX Joined on Sun, Mar 12 2006 Tonawanda NY Posts 4,913 Re: Rear Brake Not Working ?

Since that line that was leaking is above the master cyl, it should have retained fluid, and you should not have had to bleed it. Scooter Rear Brake Not Working Password Forum Active Topics Mark Forums Read FAQ Go to Page... Open the bleed valve and begin pumping the lever. If so then I suspect you have a wee bit of air in the line.

Tue, Oct 22 2013 7:03 AM In reply to Ironhead Joined on Tue, Mar 21 2006 Near Sunset at Sunset Beach, O'ahu, HI Oct 23, 15 Posts 2,462 Re: Rear Brake Rear Brakes Not Engaging the problem was solved with a change of brake fluids. Hold the wrench on the bleeder. Honda Grom Forum strong>Kawasaki Z125 Forum Harley Davidson Forum Honda 600RR Forum Kawasaki Forum Yamaha R6 Forum Yamaha FZ-09 Forum 1199 Panigale Forum Honda Africa Twin Forum Roadglide Forum Honda CBR1000

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Got all the air out after I changed the fluid completely. anchor PaulB14 June 2013 Posts: 9,564 cool ;) ///////////////////NW Montana - Where the pavement ends and the fun begins2013 KTM 300 XC-W2005 KTM 300exc Add a Comment Welcome, Guest! Motorcycle Rear Brake No Pressure I would think if the bleeder had a tiny leak and letting in air, you would see some fluid at the caliper junction. Rear Disc Brakes Not Working When I push the foot pedal down, there is nothing - no resistance at all.

I don't think todays tires chirp as much as ones 10 years ago. http://amptools.net/not-working/motorcycle-indicators-not-working.html no bleeding without bleed screws... Its Not What You Ride Its How You Ride It Reply With Quote Quick Navigation 2009 RS125-USA Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Many thanks! Rear Brakes Not Working On Car

Keep doing that and it will eventually catch. View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles apriliaforum prov-nov Join Date Feb 2012 Location Red Deer, Alberta Posts 81 Yes, that works. The rotors don't seem abnormal. have a peek here If it can happen to Jax Teller’s dad, it could happen to you, right?

Its probably really simple, but I havent had any experience with hydraulic brakes. Harley Rear Brake Not Working pushrod View Public Profile Send a private message to pushrod Find More Posts by pushrod 02-22-2010, 10:58 AM #6 MOKE1K Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Location: Kalapana, Use a jar to capture the fluid, obviously.

dawino6260 138,966 views 6:51 How to reverse bleed a braking system - Duration: 9:58.

The piston or seal is most likely bad. I'm thinking there's something wrong with the new caliper so I take it off and put old one back on and the exact same thing is happening. I'm gonna throw new pads on there anyway because I think these are still the stock pads (even though they still have alot of meat). Front Brakes Work But Not Rear My brothers R1 brakes like a mofo when I do the same thing.

Last edited by blacknight07607; 08-15-2011 at 01:13 PM. All Others (including customs) How-Tos and FAQs Oil and Lubrication Suspension and Tire Tech On-Road Ninja 250R Kawasaki Ninja 300 Forum Ninja 300 Ninja 500R Ninja 650R, ER6 Z750, Z800, Z1000 There is also a piston and seal set for the rear caliper. Check This Out Yesterday 12:35 AM by VeX 0 2007-2008 Front Turn... 11-12-2016 01:22 PM by DeeJumpz9m 56 48 Attachment(s) Brake upgrade discussion 11-12-2016 08:39 AM by BlueJay 1 New guy from zx6r.com 11-11-2016

Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Cheers Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements Motorcycle Forum Advertisement dniweR View Public Profile Send a private message to dniweR Find More Posts by dniweR 02-22-2010, 06:32 AM #2 seruzawa There's fluid in there. I take off, it is good.

Please help troubleshoot. Put my finger over the end where the hose screws in, and a small amount of air pressure is there, but I dont know how much there should be. Do I need a new cylinder? Veloce Publishing 44,958 views 5:01 How to Bleed Motorcycle Brakes (HD) - Duration: 9:57.

I can't lock mine, either, and it's bled properly and has a steel line. Reply With Quote 09-27-2012,04:57 PM #2 chrism15 View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles apriliaforum expert Join Date Sep 2011 Location warrington uk Posts 3,200 well if they were working fine The same thing as before is happening. my brakes no longer work i bleed them for like 2 hours and nothing has changed.

Quote: Originally Posted by RMAN I would think that you can buy a piston/seal kit for the mc without buying the whole part. I would just keep bleeding it till all the air is out. any opinions? J&P Cycles 148,828 views 6:25 Brake caliper rebuild (from A to Z) - Duration: 19:19.

I like mine to be weak as I don't want it to lock up on the rare occasions I do use it... - BA bpa00 is offline Quote Quick Reply That means, on average, Canadians get about 41 miles to the gallon. dont take that the wrong way its just i dont know your mechanical knowledge so for all i know you may not know how to bleed it correctly and that could jcblitz is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 12 Old 08-26-2004, 2:42 PM bpa00 Join Date: 05-18-2004 Location: Kansas City Posts: 83 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s)

I was expecting it to travel thru the lines to the calipers to build up a little pressure, then I would take the cap off and fill the resevoir again. Today 03:14 AM by hfa666 1 BiXenon HID for 1990... I like mine to be weak as I don't want it to lock up on the rare occasions I do use it... - BA I use mine for trail braking from