2000 Ford Explorer V8 All Wheel Drive Manual 130000 miles
I had to do a panic stop one night and the brake pedal went to the floor like when a wheel cylinder blows out. Opened the hood and there was brake fluid covering almost everything. One of the metal brake lines coming out of the ABS motor had blown out of the top of the ABS unit. I cut just a short piece off of the line, reflared it, and put it back in place. Do I need to plug in a scanner and trick the ABS to work to purge the air out or can I just do the old-fashioned way and bleed the air out at the calipers (I have four wheel discs)?
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 1st, 2009 AT 12:04 PM