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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
some times you get an air bubble and you just cant get it to pass. you can work very hard and still not get it to bleed. snapon sells a bleeder system that sell for around $500 but i can tell you how to build one for under $20. if interested. but your answere is to back bleed the system from the farthest away wheel first. and then your peddel will come back.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
When people tell me they hate there ABS, alot of people who pull trailer do. I tell them just to pull the fuse this will stop them completely. Yeah theres a light ont he dash but that can alos be delt with by removing the bulb for it. But int he long run just pulling the fuse is quick and Free.
Posted on May 17, 2009
these trucks need a seperate bleed procedure for ABS you need a scanner to put it into this bleed mode,hope this helps if not get back to me and we'll go from there. please rate my fix as i strive to be the best
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: The brake light is on
The proportioning valve simply ensures that the front brakes are applied before the rear brakes are, to prevent sideways skids from loss of rear traction. The valve also serves as a warning light when one end, either front or rear, of the system has deficient line pressure. Inside the valve is a cylinder, and a piston that belongs in the center of the valve cylinder (when fluid pressure on each side is equal). When one side of the valve (front or rear brake system) loses pressure (like from a leaking brake line), the piston gets pushed to the low pressure end and makes contact with a switch terminal that turns the light on.The trick to turning the light off is to figure out which end, front or rear brakes, the piston is on, and then bleed the other end to center the piston and turn the light off. Too much pressure on the brake pedal will cause the piston to go past center to the opposite end, and a close watch on the brake warning light will reveal that as the lamp will flicker once while the piston passes center.
Gently depress the brake pedal (requires an assistant) with a bleeder open and close the bleeder as soon as the assistant (brake pumper) sees the light go out. If he sees the light flicker once bleed the other end of the vehicle to go back towards center.
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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