I've had to replace a busted brake line, leading from the Master Cylinder down to the ABS pump. I did the job successfully, but there must be a ton of air in the system, cause it just has no pressure when the engine is running. It will stop at backup speed, but is not yet reliable for the road. I came across this warning on another site, and wondered what you thought about it.
WARNING For 1994-99 vehicles with ABS, after bleeding the brake system you must perform an " Auto Bleed" sequence, using a Tech 1 ® or equivalent scan tool. If you do not have access to a suitable scan tool, your vehicle will probably have to be towed to a shop with the proper diagnostic equipment to have the procedure performed.
I've never heard of such a thing, and figured I should ask first, and see if this is something that can be done at home now that it's not 1995 anymore.
Wednesday, January 21st, 2009 AT 7:33 PM