Question about Mitsubishi Montero
OK, anytime the anti lock and the red light go on you're looking at a pretty serious failure in the brake system.
Brake Fluid Bleeding the Brake System Conventional Brake Bleeding NOTE: Perform the following if the brake fluid level in the HBB reservoir is between the "MIN" and "MAX" lines after any brake servicing at the wheels.
NOTE: Keep the brake fluid reservoir above the MIN lever during the entire procedure. Check the level frequently and add fluid as needed.
NOTE: If a large quantity of brake fluid is drained during the bleeding procedure, the accumulator pressure will decrease abnormally. Do not bleed more than 0.11quart (0.1 liter) from each wheel at a time.
NOTE: Confirm that the pump motor stops after each air-bleeding step.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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