Question about Suzuki Boulevard C90 Black Motorcycles
Hi, first if this is a hydrallic system, i would check you have sufficiant brake fluid in the system, fluid can leak out through the piston seals, secondly your brake mastercylinder can run short of fluid if the level was previously low and now the brake pads have worn so low causing the fluid level to drop, if this is the case top up the resovoire press on the pedal a few times and check if the brake movement has improved, if this is ok then no bleeding of the brake system would be ness, otherwise you may have to bleed the system from the resovoire to the caliper
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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