My 2002 K1200LT (with integrated ABS) recently blew the front brake line just above the "T" junction on the front fork like so many others on this forum. As this happened close to home several miles away from a BMW dealership, I ordered a set of Spiegler stainless lines. After taking the tupperware off, I decided to not only replace the broken front brake line but I then also decided to change out the hose from the handlebar to its junction connection below the handlebar. As such, I now have air in the control line between the handlebar brake lever and the ABS pump. From the other posts in this forum it appears that I now have a problem that only a BMW shop can fix. Finally my question - is there any way I can properly bleed out the air from the front brake lever control line to the ABS unit without damaging the unit or must I pack up the bike on a trailer and haul it to the shop? I have not powered on the ABS unit since this repair started. If it is somehow possible for me to bleed this control line without damaging the ABS unit can someone send a link to a procedure for the bleeding. Thanks.