1. Disconnect the convertible top cylinders from the convertible top frame by removing the bolt/pin in the end of the cylinder rod.
2. Remove fill plug from the end of the reservoir can. Most cars before 1963 use a large slotted screw, my most cars in 1963 and later use a rubber plug. The fill hole must remain open for the entire bleeding procedure. Placed a rag below the fill hole to soak up residual fluid that may run out during the bleeding process.
3. Fill your reservoir can 3/4 full, or to the bottom of the fill hole while the motor pump is level.
4. Using the convertible top switch, operate the motor pump to extend the convertible top cylinders, adding fluid as necessary to complete a full revolution out and in it. Top cylinders will always move in and out at uneven rate when operated without a load.
5. Once you have completed a full revolution out and in, with the top cylinders retracted, fill the reservoir can to 3/4 full and then complete another revolution.
6. Repeat step five until the fluid level in the reservoir can is 3/4 full, or to the bottom of the fill hole, at the end of the revolution.
7. Reconnect the convertible top cylinders to the convertible top frame and insert the reservoir plug to complete the procedure.
NOTE: We highly suggest professional install only.