Originally Posted by Jacket
back to the LSPV, but still the the lines seem to have an endless supply of air. I did one last pump and bleed at each corner, and again at the LSPV. Brakes are still waaaayy spongy.
Seems to me that if you are not introducing any air into the system via leak or running the MC dry again, and you are still getting air out of the lines, then you are bleeding it correctly and just need to keep after it? Even after I bled mine with at least 2 gallons and all possible methods, and robbie came by and bled the brakes again, he still got a little air out of one of the calipers.
'97 lx450, 170k, factory lockers, ome 850/863, 285's, 4 working doors(1 more than the old fj55 )
'74 project pig (sold