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Old 05-19-2018, 10:23 PM
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Nothing like a little Viagra bleed to make things right


Glad it worked out!
Yep, working good, looking good


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Old 05-21-2018, 07:24 PM
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You did bleed furthest first right
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Old 05-21-2018, 08:01 PM
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You did bleed furthest first right
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Farthest first is not necessarily correct anymore since the advent of ABS. Gotta check the FSM.
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Old 05-21-2018, 11:46 PM
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Farthest first is not necessarily correct anymore since the advent of ABS. Gotta check the FSM.
correct, my Acura got totally different bleeding sequence.
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Old 05-22-2018, 05:53 AM
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Well unless you got Nissan tool to actuate the abs pumps farthest first is still closest way
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My '94 SE-R did not use farthest first; it had ABS. Check the FSM.
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Check. The. Fsm.
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the FSM on these cars happens to start with furtherst first (Pass Rear)...you unplug the ABS module to fully bleed the system...no special tool needed
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the FSM on these cars happens to start with furtherst first (Pass Rear)...you unplug the ABS module to fully bleed the system...no special tool needed
Yeah, it starts out furthest but doesn't go to the next furthest, as per FSM it's passenger rear, driver front, driver rear then lastly passenger front
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Dual circuit, bleed longest circuit fully before bleeding the other.

Where is the ABS module? It can function with the car turned off?
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Yeah, it starts out furthest but doesn't go to the next furthest, as per FSM it's passenger rear, driver front, driver rear then lastly passenger front
lol oh yeah my bad, I forgot about the second step lol

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Dual circuit, bleed longest circuit fully before bleeding the other.

Where is the ABS module? It can function with the car turned off?

check this out at 1:30-2:15


honestly, his videos are really well produced and clear...even when i know a procedure really well if its been while I check them out sometimes before i dive in
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