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Stay there! Hi everybody! Good day to you! Welcome back! This is part two of our New View Flooring not sponsored. Ford Transit In the last episode, we just finished replacing this right front CV output shaft seal. It was leaking trans fluid. It was leaking it really bad.

It dumped it all over my leg earlier. Maybe I have to change my pants. Not cool. Anyway, we're gonna go ahead and let this down.

I'm gonna shut the engine down, we're gonna finish pulling off the wheels and I'm going to go ahead and set up my BG brake fluid exchange machine if you happen to catch the last episode powering down. If you happen to catch the last episode, we found that the brake fluid was nasty and green and the customer had requested that we replace it. So uh, we're gonna go ahead and proceed with the brake fluid exchange. All righty.

First things first: we're going to need the machine. So let's go ahead and get this out of its storage corner. We'll roll it on over to our van and we'll prep this device. It's basically what's gonna happen here is we're gonna fill this, uh, this chamber with our new brake fluid.

We're then going to connect the pressure hose to the threaded portion of the master cylinder and it's going to pump brand new, fresh brake fluid into that Reservoir Simultaneously, we're going to turn on the vacuum side of this machine and we're going to place that vacuum hose on each individual caliper bleeder valve. We're going to open up the valve and the Machine is going to pressurize and pump in new fluid, simultaneously vacuuming out the old fluid. thus providing a very, very efficient fluid exchange procedure. So the first thing I need to do here is go ahead and pull the rest of these wheels off.

That way we have access to our bleeder valves. Then we can go from there. All right. That was easy.

So what we need to do now is go ahead and we'll bust into the adapter drawer here. Yeah, we've got What do we have on this. We've got a threaded. It's a threaded cap, so we have one threaded cap.

Two We have two threaded caps here. I Think that's the one. Let's get this guy attached to the master cylinder reservoir. Is that the right one? Uh, negative.

That's not the right one. Maybe this one that is correct. Now there's a gasket on there that creates a seal between the cap and the reservoir. Now we can go ahead and connect our pressure hose which I believe is going to be the pump hose.

Let me see what we got here. Yep, that's the one. It's got a valve on it so we can close the flow. It's going to be important later on.

Connect that guy valve closed. Good to go hand tight. Let's go ahead and fill this with our new fluid. Remember earlier when I said this was not going to be enough? This is what I meant We need to use like an entire court here, not the not the little half pints or was that 12 ounces? Yeah, yeah, that's just not going to be enough for a full system exchange.

However, I do have a use for this fluid and I got ahead of myself earlier. Watch this. Here's what we're gonna do: I'm gonna vacuum as much of the fluid out of this Reservoir as I can with the vacuum device and then I'll refill it with this fluid and then I'll perform the flush procedure with the fluid that's going to stay in the system that way. I'm not flushing old fluid through the system first and then just contaminating the new stuff.
I can just run some new stuff through it straight away and then switch over to the better stuff. It makes sense to me I Hope it makes sense to you. So here let's go ahead and prep this machine first. Uh I need a Pokey device? There we go.

That's Pokey Okay, let's go ahead and fill our Reservoir chamber all the way to the top. You can see the line, the fill line coming up through the Uh through the vessel. Okay, now this may take just one quart. I may have to use Uh two quarts because again, I'm not gonna let it lead with contaminated fluid because we're paying for an end result.

not so much a procedure. There we go and we need the suction on. I Think that's vacuum pump operated? Yes it is. Suction is good to go, just you can't get much out of this.

I Can get something out, it's good so far. shutter down, then we'll go ahead and top this back off. Yeah dude, it's uh, it's full level. a little too far.

no worries. Um, there it is. Begin threading now. Please thank you.

Click. Put that guy back on. This hose is pressurized. Remember what I said earlier.

We needed to close the valve once. I connected the air supply line to the unit, pressurized that hose right there. So if I were to go ahead and open this valve, it's now charging the system with pressurized brake fluid. Now that's regulated, we can change the pressure and that's set a little too high for what? I Like I Like 15 pounds.

Let me close that some. we have 15. we're good right there. Okay I'll check this out.

Even at 15 pounds, it's applying brake pressure to the uh, the calipers. I Can't turn these. but I Think what we need to do. we're going to grab the suction hose, flip our pump back on, and we're going to go around to the right rear.

Uh, procedure. States When bleeding breaks, you want to start at the furthest location from the master cylinder and then work your way to the closest location. So we would start at the right rear, move to the left rear, then move to the right front and Then move to the left front because that's closest to the master cylinder. Let's put that right there from now.

and I need some lights in here I can't see what I'm doing Okie Dokes Let's unload some of the tools from the pocket here. About an eight millimeter, a 10 millimeter, and some pliers I Don't really need the pliers unless I can't get this rubber boot off of this. which uh I Can There we go? Got it And that's pretty tiny. So I think that's a eight mil? Oh no, it's smaller.
Wow. Okay, you grab my seven. Hear it back? Yeah, let's try this seven. Mill Let's see if that one fits.

A little weird. Yep, the seven fits it. Okay, let's crack that guy loose and I'm going to confirm that we have fluid flow. Yes, we do.

and it's green here as well. See that that's nasty. So let's plug our hose in. Lost it.

In fact, this open a little more until we get some flow. There we go see our vacuum I Like to try to bridge the gap with this really far. See how it's doing that? See how far it can take that Gap A little game that I play. All right.

Enough screwing around. So we're gonna plug this guy in for a little while and we're gonna go watch our Reservoir vessel on the machine. There we go. Let's go check our machine real quick and we're gonna see that level fall.

So we pulled through about that much fluid. What I'm gonna do is hang out over here at the uh, the wheel and I'm just gonna randomly remove the line and okay, what we're gonna do is I'm just gonna keep checking this every few seconds and once we get a clear fluid coming out that doesn't have that green Hue to it. we'll know that this line and this rear wheel cylinder it has a has been flush clean and then we can move on to the left rear still looks kind of green. I'm gonna let it ride for a little longer.

There we go. All right, it's been a couple minutes. Let's recheck this and see what it looks like here. Ah, much better see that that tint is gone all right now.

What? I'm gonna do. This is very important at least to me. I'm not going to remove this hose and then try to close that valve because that's this is under vacuum. At this point, the vacuum is overpowering the uh, the fluid flow of the pump.

and if I pull this vacuum line off, it's possibly going to introduce some air into that cylinder. So I want to get this valve closed before removing that vacuum source that I think that's oh, almost I almost have it. Hang on there we go. Okay, now we'll crack it open one more time just to make sure there's no air hanging out.

Compressor: Yep. see those bubbles? All right, and that's a click. Put that guy back. Let's go ahead and move over to the left rear next.

All righty. We're getting into the left rear wheel. same procedure. Compressor is still compressing.

loud noises. Let's get that guy out of here and we'll crack this guy loose. See what we've got? Yep, there's that green again. See that green color? That's our contaminated brake fluid.

and we're just going to vacuum this out until we have clear, okay. time for a recheck. What is that compressor? Are we still greenish looking? Yeah, yeah. we'll go a little bit longer here.

Checking the reservoir, it looks like we're going to be able to accomplish this exchange with just one quart of fluid. I Don't believe it's going to take the uh a second quart. which is good because that stuff's expensive now on. Uh, like some of the trucks, especially Chevrolet trucks, they have a very huge Reservoir in the master cylinder and those are guaranteed gonna take two quarts, possibly even three quarts.
Anyway, that looks pretty good. Nice and clear. Yeah, let's go ahead and close that up. And just like the other side, we'll sneak our wrench back there and try to close this valve without pulling the hose off.

I Know I'm going to open it again in a moment, but I Just like to prevent that that vacuum that's present in the system from drawing in air even if it's just momentarily okay. Purge out What may be there? What may not be it. I Got that tight. How did I do that? unclicked? Seriously? Come on.

Yeah, we're good. nowhere. And of course we'll put our little uh cat thing back on. So I keep water from entering that valve and making it rust.

All right. let's move on to the right front wheel. We're halfway done. Our level is still looking good.

We've got plenty of fluid left for the Uh front two calipers. This one's going to be a little bit easier. We have some some extra space in here to play with. There's our cap.

and yeah, that's a 10 millimeter. Okay, fortunately, I still have a 10 millimeter in my pocket. except it's a nine millimeter. Okay, except that's an eight millimeter.

Okay, so uh, fortunately I still have an eight millimeter in my pocket and aha, what, It's a nine mil. What is this? I Never even used my nine mil. I've never used my nine mil. Hang on here.

Yeah, there it is. There's the nine Shiny. Let's try this again. It got me the Euro Ford Engineering got me on.

Click. Okay, we've got flow. That's good. Let's get our hose on there and let it ride now.

I'm going to let this thing run down until it's at the halfway mark on this. Reservoir So I'm going to flush out that entire caliber caliper with all this fluid here. we'll close it off and we'll flush out the rest of the fluid here with the right front caliper. Now you'll notice the way this is labeled.

It basically says master cylinder and then start your wheels. We did the master cylinder first. That way we were not uh or we didn't use the machine rather to uh to fill the master cylinder I just filled it manually so we kind of had some extra left over in the reservoir. It's a personal preference I Like to do it that way.

you don't have to do it that way. It's just kind of my way. that's oily too. There we go: decontaminate the flanges.

Okay, we're getting close. A few more seconds and we're ready to rock with that uh, that left front, you know? I bet I can speed this up? Hang on, let's close this off real quick and recover my wrench I bet if I crack this valve open a little more, it'll speed up the process. There we go two turns, see if this is going to go any faster and it it's yeah. we got some flow going now.
see the line right here. much more better. Oh, and all the old fluid that this thing recovers. it ends up in this tank down here.

pretty nasty and you just dump that tank out with your waste oil and then have that disposed up and recycled. Okay, compressor just came back on again. The machine says we're good to go. Let's go ahead and close that valve off.

check it real quick for contaminants. we're just looking for bubbles. Nice clean fluid. Perfect.

All right. Let's get the cap on there and move over to the uh, the left front. So that's three down one to go here. We'll hang that here.

This guy goes over. Yonder Give me that. Put you aside, where's my nine? Yeah, this job is like loud noises Galore Just a constant between the compressor and the pump. Lots of noises send that guy open and we got flow.

So I'm gonna go ahead and run this down. probably till it's nearly empty. And that should conclude the fluid exchange regarding our brake hydraulic fluid. What you doing? Oh, what is that? Hey, are you drinking on the job? No, you're drinking.

It's empty. You are so fired. Oh, it's empty. That means you drank it all.

You're so fired. Stop. you're fired. We got you.

We totally got you all right. This thing should be done by now. Uh, nearly. Hang on.

How close are we almost there? Close enough for me. Let's close up our valve and inspect our fluid condition. There we go, watch the pump speed up once it purges the line. There we go.

I Like to listen to this vacuum pump. It's a good one anyway. Let's see we get. Are we clear? Yeah, that looks pretty good.

Oh yeah, we're good. That's brand new fluid. Beautiful. Put our cap on, power our machine down, and uh, that is that that is a brake system fluid exchange.

Now what we do not do is attempt to disconnect this fitting right here because this system is still under pressure. So what we need to do is release said pressure and that's not going to work with our line attached. Hang on here now. It'll go very good.

Close our valve, disconnect and that's a clean spill free transition and look at that. Nice, clean, not corroded or contaminated brake fluid. But you'll notice we're a little high on our level, aren't we? Our max line is here. We started off down here.

It's sort of near the Min line, but we're a little over. So what we do? come back over and power our machine back on one more time. Fire up the vacuum. one more time we take our vacuum.

wipe that off. Hang on there we go. Nice and clean. Now we'll just vacuum some of that fluid out, vacuuming things.

We'll vacuum some of that out until we've reached the proper level, which is right about theirs. If I spy, Correct with my little eye. It looks good. Put that guy back in three, powering down and that is a service complete.
Really? Uh, awkward. Hang on here. Put that right back where it goes. Stay.

stay there. All right everybody. That's that service complete. We're good to go.

Hope you enjoyed this brake fluid exchange I I Know I've been promising you guys forever and ever and ever since. I I held a job once upon a time that I would uh I would do a more detailed fluid exchange I Would have loved to have done it earlier, but our machines were let's call them less than existent and I wasn't able to uh do such a service in the level that I wanted to which is why I've never made a video about it before. So this is the first ever brake fluid exchange that I've ever performed on camera. I Hope you guys enjoyed this procedure I Hope I explained it clearly enough to uh to understand.

Uh, if you have any questions, please feel free to let me know about those in the comment section down below. Um, if you're going to ask, most people suggest a fluid exchange service to be done at every 30 000 miles or with a brake job whichever comes first, probably the 30 000 miles anyway. I'm off on a tangent. Uh, again, if you have any questions, just register those down below in the comments section.

So that being said, as always and again, thank you guys for watching and most importantly, do not forget to have yourselves a great day! See you guys later! End of New View Not sponsored. That's just what it says.

97 thoughts on “Does brake fluid go bad?? ford transit 2.0”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars marks411war says:

    well done .. I learned something I didnt know .. Thank you

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Matt Tester says:

    It would really help if the vacuum line had a clear glass viewing tube in it so you could see the color of the fluid without removing the vac line.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kevin Elsdon says:

    Question here. Not a Mechanic but bent many wrenches…..Why is it only Turd (Ehm Ford) brake fluid goes green? None of my ancient Jap Crap (I use that term with love) nor old Chevies or Dodges has ever done this!

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Douglas Blake says:

    Interesting. Also, ever consider putting down an epoxy floor covering? Our local high school district put down epoxy on all the auto shops and it really made for easy clean-up without stains.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Donald Halls says:

    Very handy and time saving, all the best to yous and your loved ones

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Demon orb says:

    I'd always exchange break fluid on aircraft on an annual inspection, the ones I'd not worked on had old fluid yellow and like treacle instead of red.
    If I still did aircraft maintenance I'd do videos.
    Now I'm building aircraft for film work so they don't need to be airworthy.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Merzman says:

    Brake fluid is hydroscopic so it does indeed go bad by eventual water contamination from condensation. This is why even after you open a bottle of brake fluid it starts to go bad and does not have an indefinite shelf life (once open).

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jeff Thorstad says:

    I got a <$30 manual pressure brake fluid bleeder and it works great. Finally did this task at almost 200k. Fluid wasn't terrible, but it was well past time. My truck manual says 50psi, but the max of my tool was 30psi, which worked fine.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars superodfx says:

    Yeah I did my wife’s Corolla and the back were 10mm and front 8mm, I like my Honda 10mm all round

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars superodfx says:

    Dirty dog pissed on my leg lol sorry

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Richard Dortch says:

    What if you had speed bleeders installed?
    Would you not worry so much about air getting back in when disconnecting the vac line?

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Electric Travels says:

    After the week the Wife unit has had. she needs that beer.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars DJ DuneWolf says:

    I am surprised that you did not take the opportunity to make the back of the calipers "nice and shiny" to wash off the brake fluids that spilled out before suction was applied. XD good video – very well explained how a decent tool lets you exchange the brakes fluid better then way Ive used to do it. which was basically me allowing fluid to fall into catch thing until fluid was empty then add new and bleed system.. – this way seems so much better and technically faster too.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Fisher says:

    Wtf they did an auto and a 2ltr version….. Next thing u will tell me that is petrol

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mike Halvorsen says:

    Hey Ray. Just a thought,take it or leave it. The renovations your doing? Why not make a sound proof room for you air and any noise related machine's. Heck, you could even have cameras in there and a monitor outside so you can take Reed's on machines and have extended hoses from the room not far away.
    Maybe a good idea, but it might cost a little.
    Love your videos, take care bud. 😎👍

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bert Hongo says:


  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joey West says:

    this looks like a Tik Tok ''kack''.!!
    i think a ''gravity bleed'' would have been quicker and easier.
    and… why was the fluid green.?
    i've seen clear, amber, and too dam dark, but never green…???

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars J.T. Cooper says:

    I don't change my brake fluid very often, but when I do it looks like NyQuil. 🤢😅

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars darkwolfe says:

    Wooooow never seen a 9mm used before. My 9mm wrench is still a virgin after all these years with me thinking it's time will never come 😅

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jim Hall says:

    What I like about this is that working on my own cars, I've thought about a better way to bleed brakes and now I got to see one in action.
    Time to go get a fluid exchange with the wife unit, jobs over.

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jim Hall says:

    Been a fan for awhile, spent many hours just binging on your channel. I fell, fracturing my tibia in two spots. I now have lots of time to watch your channel for the next few weeks. Keep them coming in your two channels and the Wife Unit channel. Luckily all my vehicles are repaired for the moment and no wrenching is needed.

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rich James says:

    Lol, I’m envious, hanging out with fam at work, and running your own business.

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Cox says:

    Take the vacuum off and let the pump push a little more through before tightening the bleeder screw and you won't have the trapped air. The ever so slight variation in vacuum-to-pump flow rate causes the trapped air.

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars HUCKLEBERRY says:

    Ray is not asking you "know it alls" a question so stop answering. It's just a video title.

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mark Shelhart says:

    Have a 14 Frontier with only 45K on it and have been debating whether to do this or not, this video has convinced me to go ahead and have it done.

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Charles Hillrich says:

    So wish I had you as my mechanic but up here in canada rust .

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars perry mcguire says:

    Ya did it Ray. You finally drove the poor woman to drinking.😂

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars brown bag says:

    wtf 15psi in dribble out something not right there Ray i have a transit in uk and had to cycle abs to get a good bleed

  29. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars 73 Maverick says:

    The BG machine is a waste of time and money. There are different brake fluids used in vehicles depending on build date and or requirements. So with this machine you are mixing fluids on every exchange done. Not impressed. Is one going to flush the whole system after every use? More waste of money and time. I doubt you can perfectly ever get all of that system clean again after the 1st. use.

    Also this thing pressurizes the reservoir tank, which can break it due to being plastic and all the heat cycles make it brittle . Is he gonna eat that when that happens ?

    The suction way of fluid exchanges are the better way to not damage things and the way not to contaminate the system with mixed brake fluid types.

  30. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fred Fred says:

    I didn't see you clean/purge the fresh fluid supply hose, by running it for a couple of seconds before connecting to the brake fluid reservoir…

  31. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars UncleMarks DIY Automotive Fix it channel says:

    Drinking on the job, was she! You can't fool Ray!

  32. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars JAG312 says:

    I use Castrol brake fluid in my cars; Jaguar, Ferrari, Bentley, and Honda, plus Triumph motorcycle. our opinion of Castrol compared to what you use?

  33. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jussi Kuusela says:

    Sweet Wife-U you got, LOL!

  34. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars rollendewielen says:

    it is clear as the new brake fluid👍

  35. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brandon Petrilla says:

    Yes, Brake fluid over time absorbs water because its hydroscopic, There for it will become very corrosive to the internals of the Brake system if not replaced in a timely interval.

  36. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jason Lavertu says:

    Cold snacks should be allowed at work for certain!! 🤣🤣🤣

  37. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars The Flat Rock says:

    Brake fluid does not degrade though can get contaminated. With a sealed brake system no moisture should be able to intrude. Water in a brake system will make your pedal spongy. I’ve had 200,000 miles on the same brake fluid without issue. However this is a car that is not driven in cold or adverse weather

  38. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Russell -drmcclung1- says:

    Power steering fluid most likely went away when a previous mechanic moved the wheels back and forth while doing some work on it.. Fords puke fluid out of the reservoir if you move the wheels a bunch with the engine of. Just my 2 cents on it

  39. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars pcs0snq says:

    That’s a very cool machine

  40. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mike Warren says:

    Nice video Ray. Yes, brake fluid as stated below, absorbs moisture, just removing the cap will allow some moisture to get into the master cylinder, that is one reason that manufacturers went to using the semi-transparent reservoirs, no need to open them to check fluid level. One thing you might want to explain to the viewers the difference between DOT 3, 4, & 5 brake fluid, and explain why you never use oil in a brake system. Love your videos Ray!

  41. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mister Tim says:

    this is one of the best videos on your channel

  42. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars xxlxpman says:

    Looks like someone mistakenly added green coolant to the brake reservoir.

  43. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Paul Gaerisch says:

    Funny catching wife unit drinking. Lol.

  44. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Kennedy says:

    Another great educational video. I’m going to do brake fluid exchange on my 2012 Ram.

  45. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars knightsun says:

    I had a mechanic friend told me to gravity bleed my ford edge and my e450 rv, brakes, it works great and no need for all that expensive equipment. Just open the bleeders up for 15 minutes or so each and keep the reservoir filled.

  46. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rags722 says:

    Next guy to do a brake job is gonna be surprised when he compresses all the calipers and has brake fluid backing up and over filling the reservoir. LOL

  47. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mark Sakowski says:

    In FORDS everything goes bad!!!!!