Hopefully someone can offer some advise here. I didnt get any answers from the 110 section, and most of the search results were for rear brakes.
On the pitster front end on my KLX110, I have a brake bleed issue. To start it all out, I got a stick stuck between the pad and the caliper one day. This locked the front wheel up. The only way I was able to get the stick out was to loosen the bleeder valve and compress the pistons down. Since then I had no front brake.
I tried the standard pump up the lever then crack the bleeder (did this with the master cylinder cap on and off), no luck. I read about putting the caliper above the m/c over night, which should let the air go up, then bleed it. Did that with no luck. Today I bought a power bleeder, had no luck.
I just keep sucking air, I put new brake line seals on. I did notice that if I take the line off the caliper and sqeeze the lever, it doesnt push any fluid out. There is a place where the line looks a little bent, so I thought maybe it's kinked. So I vacuum checked it, and tried blowing through it, those two things worked. I really have no idea whats going on here, and I really dont see how compressing the pistons could have caused this. Are there any seals in the m/c or the caliper I could have rolled causing it to suck air? This is my wifes bike and I HAVE to figure it out, shes getting pissed she cant ride, please help!