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Old 07-29-2014
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Icon14 How to Flush your Brakes Completely

Hey guys,

This is my latest video on How To Flush and Bleed Your Brakes. Brake fluid absorbs water so after about 3 years you should flush them. While I know of no one who flushes their fluid that often I figured after 14 years I should flush them out lol.

Let me know what you think!
**Also, if the video was helpful, give it a “thumbs up” on YouTube (it helps me out, thanks)***

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awesome video!!! specially how clear you explain everything, good job!
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awesome video!!! specially how clear you explain everything, good job!
Thanks man! That is what I try to do so everyone can follow along even if they dont know much about cars and want to learn!
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awesome video!!! specially how clear you explain everything, good job!
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awesome video!!! specially how clear you explain everything, good job!
Thanks a lot man! I am glad it was helpful! Nothing better than fixing/working on your own truck!
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What a great video! I think I will do mine the same and take off the wheels since it will be easier to access. Thanks again for taping this!
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What a great video! I think I will do mine the same and take off the wheels since it will be easier to access. Thanks again for taping this!
No problem! Glad the video was helpful!
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Hey guys,

This is my latest video on How To Flush and Bleed Your Brakes. Brake fluid absorbs water so after about 3 years you should flush them. While I know of no one who flushes their fluid that often I figured after 14 years I should flush them out lol.

Let me know what you think!
**Also, if the video was helpful, give it a “thumbs up” on YouTube (it helps me out, thanks)***

big thumbs up would a vacuum hand pump bleeder work without having to press the brake pedal
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