Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Guilford, CT, USA
Yep, left caliper, right caliper, ABS. If you are going to use the brake lever to pump, put plastic all around the reservoir and the switches and below the reservoir so you don't drip on painted parts. Turn the handlebars to full left lock to level the reservoir. Remove the top of the reservoir, remove the bellows, put brake fluid in the reservoir to about 3/8 inch from the top, and put the top back on but don't screw it in. Every time you pull the brake lever some fluid will spurt up from the hole in the bottom of the reservoir, so the top keeps it from jetting out onto you or your bike. Put a box end wrench on the bleed screw, put the tubing on the end of the bleed screw, sink the other end of the tubing into new brake fluid (DOT 4 only, please), pull the lever, crack open the bleeder, watch to see if bubbles are going thru the tubing, close the bleeder before releasing the lever, release the lever, check brake fluid level in reservoir, add fluid, put top back on, and repeat.
'99 Canyon Red K1200 LT - Buddah Bike