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How to bleed bake system for tl acura - 2004 Acura TL

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  • Zaraki May 11, 2010

    Do you need the procedure explained, or just the order to bleed the brakes?

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Try gravity... start at the furthest point from the master cylinder crack the bleeder and wait for to sttart to drip, as the drips quicken close bleeder and move to next closest and repeat. check master cylinder level and top up. then slowly push brake pedal NO FURTHER than 2 inches then release do this until you start to feel the pedal have resistance, then push the pedal further and repeat this might help.

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SOURCE: bleeding breaks

Hi,welcome to fix ya.
there is an order to bleeding these brakes here it is follow this to make sure you get all the air out . e223fdb.jpg

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SOURCE: how to bleed the power steering system on a 2004

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You don't actually have to bleed a power steering system as such, its not like a brake system. If the fluid bottle was empty and you refilled it, or you have replace the steering pump then it's only a simple operation.

  1. Ensure that the power steering fluid is topped up.
  2. Start the engine.
  3. Turn the steering wheel to full lock in one direction until you hear a hissing type sound which is the relief valve.
  4. Then do the same as #3 in the opposite direction.
  5. Do this about 3 - 5 times per side.
  6. The hissing sound should get quieter as the fluid gets around the system
  7. Recheck fluid level.
The power steer system should operate as normal after doing the above.Hope this has helped, let me know how you get on.

Jason

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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