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Old 07-04-2010, 01:56 PM
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Bleeding the ABS

Can someone tell me where the ABS bleed valve is on a '94' Prelude? Does it look like a bleed valve you would see on the wheels? I've read about looking for a red cap but cannot see one. Please advise. Thanks.
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Re: Bleeding the ABS

LMAO There is no ABS bleeder valve. WTF

Am I missing something here??
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LMAO There is no ABS bleeder valve. WTF

Am I missing something here??
Wrong answer bro. There is one. But it isn't like the normal ones. You need a special tool to bleed it. I'll edit this later with a pic
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Re: Bleeding the ABS

What?? ABS is computer controlled
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What?? ABS is computer controlled
Yesit is. But how do you think it applies the brakes at 60 times a second?
Your abs consists of a pump and accumulator to store pressurized fluid. Obviously that fluid will eventually get dirty just like the rest of your brakes. When that happens you bleed it with this special tool.
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Yea, I see how it works. It just sounded funny when I first read it. Kinda like bleeding your headlight fluid or something lol. All I was thinking about was the ABS ECM. I deleted my ABS anyway so never needed to deal with it
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Yea, I see how it works. It just sounded funny when I first read it. Kinda like bleeding your headlight fluid or something lol. All I was thinking about was the ABS ECM. I deleted my ABS anyway so never needed to deal with it
Lol no worries. The roads getting real slippery when they're wet so I need to keep mine
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Lol no worries. The roads getting real slippery when they're wet so I need to keep mine
Right. Good idea
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