Where can I find the instruction for brake bleeding so I can print them? Thanks.
Did mine last weekend... couldn't get the pumps to push/pull anything from the funnel into the new empty lines, so my erstwhile bleed-buddy (Axle) who's a little old-school in the mechanics dept sucked the fluid through the wheel circuits ( I think one of those mighty-vacs would have worked well and tasted better).. anyway it worked!. The control circuits were done as per the instructions available in tech files.Is there anything different between the 2 (05LT)?
I am replacing the lines so air did get in the system as expected.
Thanks Chris. I was OK with all 4 circuits until the line from the front MC decided to go into retirement. New line in but no time to bleed the circuit until I am back from my trip to Alabama.Zippy: one thing I just remembered, when bleeding a couple of the ports on the ABS (the ones that are really hard to get a 7mm spanner on unless you've pre-made a bent one) we thought air was still trapped in the system for a long time... too long... we could hear it gurgling... then thought that maybe we were cracking the bleeder open just a fraction too much letting air in via the threads, so only "just" opened it... problem (and air) disappeared from the fluid.
Also, removing the battery made it much easier to access the ports.. we just ran jumpers to the cables to power the system for the bleed procedure.