0250 Pro Power Bleeder
The 0250 Pro Power Bleeder works on nearly every car & truck whether foreign or domestic. It includes two universal adapters plus the European adapter enabling you to bleed nearly any car or truck. It's a handy tool if you occasionally work on a variety of vehicles.
Included with the 3 adapters are threaded fittings which makes adapter changes and installation from job-to-job easy.
Includes the tools you need to bleed brakes and clutches. Pays for itself in just two uses. This kit also provides extra value in that the adapters are less expensive to purchase in kit form than individually.
Note: Beginning in 2011 the 1105 adapter is cast aluminum.
Fits most imported, domestic, and European cars and light trucks.
|MP-1100||1100 European Power Bleeder Adapter|
|MP-1101||1101 Motive Products Round, Universal Power Bleeder Adapter|
|MP-1105||1105 Motive Products Rectangular Universal Power Bleeder Adapter|
|Mfgr. Part No.||0250|
|Brake System Compatability||Manual, Power, ABS, Traction Control|
|Brake Fluid Compatibility||Dot 3, 4, or 5*|
|Tank Capacity||1/2 Gallon|
|Hose Length||~2 feet|
|Warranty||1 Year Factory Warranty|
|Instructions||General Power Bleeder Instructions|
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Three simple steps to a firm pedal
Add brake fluid to the Power Bleeder
Connect master cylinder and pressurize
Open bleed screw & purge old fluid & air
BEFORE YOU START - Before you start bleeding or flushing your brake system, remove the old brake fluid in your master cylinder reservoir with an old, clean, turkey baster or other suction type device and then replace it with fresh fluid. By doing this you'll be certain that the fluid entering the lines is fresh and you'll minimize the amount of new fluid you'll use in order to clean out the old fluid.
PORSCHE - Some Porsche models have vented master cylinder reservoirs. You will need to pinch the soft vent tube or plug the end BEFORE bleeding. Do not pinch hard lines & don't forget to unplug the line when done bleeding.
MERCEDES - Some Mercedes Models have two hard plastic vent nipples incorporated into the plastic master cylinder. You will need to plug these before bleeding. Just take a short piece of rubber fuel line and and some hose clamps. Put each end of the hose on one each of the nipples. Use the hose clamps to keep them in place. Don't forget to remove the byplass loop you've created when you're done bleeding.
Note: Always read your vehicle's service manual before starting any repairs.