2 Quart Motive Power Brake System Bleeder

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I bought this 5+ years ago and finally got around to using it. Great system, made pressure testing the system and bleeding it fast and painless. 0103 Chrysler/Dodge/MoPAR Power Bleeder . One caveat though... the original hose degraded over time and broke off AFTER I finished. Make sure you get the clear hose and not the opaque rubber hose, it would have been a real mess if that hose had let go with 15 psi in the system. Thankfully it lasted long enough.

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So that is for the newer MC with the screw on cap I take it. I have been using an air operated fluid evacuator ( suck not blow ) hooked to the bleeders works well. Plus you can use it for any fluid, coolant, PS, ATF, Fuel, Diffs. It just keeps on Sucking.
 

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So that is for the newer MC with the screw on cap I take it. I have been using an air operated fluid evacuator ( suck not blow ) hooked to the bleeders works well. Plus you can use it for any fluid, coolant, PS, ATF, Fuel, Diffs. It just keeps on Sucking.
They have adapters for all MC's

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So that is for the newer MC with the screw on cap I take it. I have been using an air operated fluid evacuator ( suck not blow ) hooked to the bleeders works well. Plus you can use it for any fluid, coolant, PS, ATF, Fuel, Diffs. It just keeps on Sucking.
so no need for 2 people to bleed system? pics?
 

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so no need for 2 people to bleed system? pics?
Nope, 1 guy can do it. You will need to pump it up once or twice as you bleed though. 15-17 psi did the trick for me. I also used the MP bleeder catch bottles too, no muss no fuss. Here's a video that shows it in action:



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Nope, 1 guy can do it. You will need to pump it up once or twice as you bleed though. 15-17 psi did the trick for me. I also used the MP bleeder catch bottles too, no muss no fuss. Here's a video that shows it in action:



Chuck

Chuck they make that look way to easy. Thanks for the video Dave
 

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I've always done the 'gravity' bleed and seems to work. But think I should flush the brake system in my 95 Dakota.....never been done!
 
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