Originally Posted by bullitt1992
I found instructions on a Harley forum. I pimped the breaks and nothing. Someone mentioned loosening a thing that had fluid to push the piston in. Some fluid came out. Possible cause?
Not trying to be a smartass, but how mechanicly inclined are you, and have you ever done brake work on any vehicle? If you loosened the bolt on the caliper, you probably introduced air and now need to bleed the line. If you loosened the top of the master cylinder, you probably need to top off the fluid. If you loosened the banjo bolt connecting the line to the caliper you may need to do both.
Do you have a service manual?
It may be that the only purpose for your life is to serve as a warning to others.