Vacuum pump and brake bleeding kit

  • Tests vacuum in intake manifold, automatic transmission, fuel control, EGR, A/C and heating systems.
  • Individual brake bleeding operation on ABS, conventional and power brake systems.
  • Gauge reading: -1-0 bar / -30-0 inHg.
  • Stock Ref. No. 9CL-41071
  • Dimensions
  • Instructions
  • Downloads
  • Video
Packing BMC
Packaging 5 sets/carton
N.W 1.8 kg/set
9 kg/carton
G.W. 10 kg/carton
Size 35 x 31 x 8 cm/set
Size 47 x 36.5 x 33 cm/carton



  1. Start the engine and run to normal operating temperature. Run the engine at idle.
  2. Connect the vacuum pump to the intake manifold with a connection hose (other tubes and adapters may be required).
  3. Connect the vacuum pump to the connection hose.
  4. The gauge should be read according to the range it points (e.g. -17 to -22 inHg) and the way it moves (steadily moving towards the values as specified in auto manufacturing service manual).

Note: Higher or lower vacuum or any abnormal movement is an indication of problems in the intake manifold, head gasket, carburetor or valves.


  1. Connect a hose to the vacuum pump and to the fluid transfer lid.
  2. Connect another hose to the fluid transfer lid and to the brake bleed screw.
  3. Operate the pump to draw brake fluid out until the fluid becomes bubble-free.

Note: DO NOT discharge waste brake fluid to the environment. Recycle the waste fluid to a waste authority.