__________________ Member 150+ MPH club
Member of the 3-Pedal club
Memebr BMW FORUMS V1 CLUB
JL Audio 13W7 in W7 pro wedge box powered by JL Audio 1000/1 slash series amp. JL Audio RBC. V1 hardwired.
Euro First Aid Kit, warning triangle, and fire extinguisher. Euro Storage bin Mod. UUC Stage III lightweight flywheel/clutch.
Originally posted by STEVE8511@Sep 21 2003, 10:51 PM Don't have any problem that I know of, just wondered if I needed to bleed them as a "routine maintenance" item. Like changing the oil, filters, etc.
Naw man..bleeding brakes is not a maintenance problem..you should be cool and good to go!!
Best practice is to bleed the brakes after every brake change. Again, this is good practice and recommended, but not a 'must'. I don't know if you are the original owner of the car or not, or if you know when the last time was that they were bled. I do suggest that you bleed them at some point, if only to replace the brake fluid. It certainly would not hurt.
__________________ <span style='color:green'>Nobody likes you.</span><img src='http://www.bmw-forums.com/forum/html/emoticons/ph34r.gif' border='0' alt='user posted image' />
<span style='color:green'>Are you experienced, little girl? I want to know what goes on in your little girl world.</span>
<span style='color:green'>I'm the man! I'm bad, I'm so bad I should be in detention. I'm the man!!!</span>
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.