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Old 09-25-2009, 10:52 AM   #1
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How to replace all brake fluid with Bosch Brakes

What is the best method to use to replace all the brake fluid in Alpines with Bosch Brakes?
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Auto Zone Vacume Pump

Tom go to Autozone.com look at part #25136. I used this and it worked great. Jim
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Thanks for the good info Jim!! Looks like a useful and money saving tool.
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Thanks Jim. I'm going to pick one up today.

Liquid Siphoning Vacuum Pump Kit #25136, $29.95 from Autozone.
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Does anyone know if the 2000 Alpines used DOT 3 or DOT 4 for their brakes? The Bosch caliper manual states that either can be used. Since DOT4 is designed to absorb moisture slower than DOT3 and has a higher boiling point I am inclined to use DOT 4 for the replacement brake fluid.
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