How do you bleed GM ABS brakes?

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Bleeding the breaks of a car can be hard on some systems of anti-lock. However in GM vehicles a scan is not required to bleed the ABS brakes. To bleed the ABS breaks you will need to open the bleeder. Have another person press on the break pedal to remove all the air. Bleed all brakes individually then test them once you are sure that the pedal is firm. Pressurize it to 15 kilograms per square with the bleeder screw closed. Connect the scanner and set to 'automatic bleed procedure'. Wait for it to finish bleeding then relieve the pressure and test the pedal height.
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1. Open the front bleeder screw on the modulator. There are two screws, open the one at the front. Bleed the brakes by having another person gradually press on the brake pedal until
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Knowing how to bleed ABS brakes is a required skill for proper maintenance-brake fluid should be replaced every two years and after any brake repair. Brake fluid can be compromised
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An automobile's Anti-lock Braking System or ABS is equipped to allow the driver control over the vehicle's direction while braking. If the brakes lock in one direction while braking
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Brake Bleed Procedure. You will need the following tools: � Box-end wrench suitable for your car's bleeder screws. An offset head design usually works best. � Extra
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How to Bleed GM ABS Brakes
Bleeding the brake system after changing the brakes can be hard on some anti-lock braking systems. The good news is that on some GM vehicles, a scan tool isn't needed to bleed ABS brakes. A scan tool is only needed with a DBC-7 anti-lock braking system,... More »
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