Date registered: Nov 2005
Vehicle: '83 W123 200 '98 E200 Kompressor (both Euro-spec., 200 in Portugal, E200 Now in Canada!), '08 B200
Location: Toronto, Canada
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You shouldn't have to push the pedal down, as far as I understand it. The circuit should be open between the reservoir, master, and slave cylinders. When you push on the pedal, you close off the circuit from the reservoir to the slave, so you're cutting off the pressure bleader doing its work.
With the pressure bleeding, the tool is acting like you pushing the pedal. So really a one-man (or woman) operation - no need for anyone inside the car.
Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. I just re-read the instructions for the Motive pressure bleeder last night.
Paul (Paulo Santos)
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'83 W123 200, '98 W210 E200K, '08 W245 B200
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