Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What is Brake Bleeder Screw?

Brake Bleeder Screw is used for Disc Brakes.
Its a small, hollow screw or valve found at drum-brake wheel cylinders, in disc brake calipers, and adjacent to the outlet ports of some master cylinders. It is opened to release pressure and to bleed air and fluid from the hydraulic system.
See the image below to see how it looks.

This details will help you.
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