bevo 1981 if your break reservoir gets to low that will cause air to get in the line. If you are losing fluid you have a leak. It must be leaking when you put pressure on the breaks. Pump the break lever a few times in hold it. Then see if you can find the leak. Having more break then before is not unusual .You just didn't get all the air out before. Some time its hard to get all the air out of the line. You can get air back in the line when you bleed the breaks.I got this ideal off the internet an its easy to make it works great. Put the hose on the bleeder nipple then start bleeding the breaks.This will keep air from getting back into the line.
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