James Knox via CarKB.com ( snipped-for-privacy@CarKB.com) gurgled happily, sounding much
like they were saying :
You're wrong. There are bleed nipples on the calipers, and the *brake*
circuit is not self-bleeding.
The *suspension* and *steering* circuits are self-bleeding, the brakes are
For the brakes to be self-bleeding, you'd need to have return piping from
It might be an idea to check this link out on Xantia brakes.
Basicly theres a spring damper unit between the brake pedal & the hydraulic
valve, Its not like a normal basic servo assisted setup on a Xantia, You
might have a faulty damper unit.
On Sat, 16 Apr 2005 17:43:06 GMT, "Lee Power via CarKB.com"
A delay between pushing the pedal and the brake response is the
classic symptom of air in the brake lines on a hydropneumatic Cit. I
haven't driven Xantias much, but I've had exactly that on my GSAs and
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