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hook a piece of clear nose to the bleeder on caliper.
then remove cap of mastercylinder, loosen bleeder.
then pump brakes slowly, make sure that master
doesnt run low while pumping. pump till clean
fluid gets into clear line. tighten bleeder and
remove hose, fill master to proper level.
make sure not to get any brake fluid on ANYTHING.
will do damage to plastics real quick.
yes it is that small pinhole people are mentioning, i had the same problem on my 96 formula z 583, what you need to do is take the master cylinder cover off and soak up all the oil in the top so that its empty, there should be a very small hole right beside the main one that is clogged up, you need to take a small sewing needle or something similar (yes its that small) and clear it out. once you have the hole cleaned out just bleed the brakes (you can find good videos on youtube) and you should be all good to go, this is what i did and its been working great since