Best way to bleed air out of power steering and brakes
If you’ve replaced any part of your hydraulic power steering system and have air bubbles, the factory approved method to bleed it is to use a hand vacuum pump. Car makers no longer recommend turning the steering wheel lock-to-lock. Doing that builds up to 2,000psi and can burst a hose. Plus, it isn’t as effective in getting the air out. The Mitivac kit shown here is a great tool to use for bleeding all vehicle systems, including coolant. And, get the PS adapter.
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