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Well, after putting on the SS lines and master cylinder bleeder bolt and thoroughly bleeding the lines, I decided to bleed the master cylinder one more time. I didn't remove the cap and now the black diaphram thing got sucked down into the resevoir a little bit. Is this OK, or should I open it up and relieve the pressure? I'm thinking it won't hurt anything, but not 100% sure. :idunno:
 

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Well, after putting on the SS lines and master cylinder bleeder bolt and thoroughly bleeding the lines, I decided to bleed the master cylinder one more time. I didn't remove the cap and now the black diaphram thing got sucked down into the resevoir a little bit. Is this OK, or should I open it up and relieve the pressure? I'm thinking it won't hurt anything, but not 100% sure. :idunno:
Take the cap off--it shouldn't be "sucked-in" as you put it...
 
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