Re: Speed Bleeders for the Mazdaspeed 3
[quote author=crossbow link=topic=101281.msg2259735#msg2259735 date=1209041847]
Little tip on swapping fluids. Use a turkey baster to drain the stock fluid resevoir before starting, and then fill it with the fresh fluid. You'll go through alot less fluid when bleeding or flushing out the system.
You should probably only remove SOME of the old fluid - if you drain it all, you have a much larger chance of air entering the system, from what I understand. Of course, I haven't done this yet, so I am just taking the information I have received from others. One thing we all know is: air in the system SUCKS!
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2008 Sunlight Silver Mazdaspeed 3 Sport - Zoomy
1995 Miata - Wendy Whiner
(Formerly: 2006 Mazda 3s 5-door - modified)