Some anti-lock brake hydraulic controllers require the use of a scanner that can access that computer to command it to activate some of the valves. That opens them up and allows air to bleed out. That is only necessary when you allow the master cylinder to run empty. Professionals never do that so they don't get air in the system.
The power booster will not cause a low pedal. It's job is to make the pedal easier to push, that's all.
Why did you need to bleed all four wheels? What symptoms led up to this service?
Saturday, April 27th, 2013 AT 10:05 PM