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When opened less than 1/4 turn, brake fluid escaped through the threads on the pedal downstroke and air was sucked into the system on the pedal upstroke. Pedal went to the floor after this. Only way to purge the system of air was to use two people and close the screw before the pedal is released. In fairness, I experienced a similar problem with the AC DELCO screws. The thread pitch is very coarse which could contribute to the problem.
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By Shade tree Nick
From Southern NJ
These bleeders allow you to leave the bleeder open while you pump the brake pedal to force fluid through the brake line. The check valve in the bleeder prevents air from entering the brake line when you release the brake pedal. However, it is not entirely a 1 man process. You still need someone to watch the bleeder to verify when all the air bubbles are out of the wheel you are bleeding. Also, the pressure required to push the check ball open is aquired easily by stepping on the pedal but you may not create enough pressure using the pressurized bleeding systems that force fluid through the master cylinder. Typically those systems use 10 - 15 pounds of pressure that may not be enough to open the spring loaded check ball in the bleeder screw. I have not tried vacuum bleeding with this style bleeder screw but vacuum bleeders utilize 10 pounds of pressure also.
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Was not "perfect fit " at all as described by advance auto
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