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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 5:22 am 
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So the master cylinder reservoir was not dry, but anyways I had to replace the two lines from the M.C to the ABS module.

Is there any special way to go about bleeding it? Do I just pop open the caliper screws and wait for things to bleed like normal?

Right now it has little or no braking power. It barely had any before because one of the M.C. lines was leaking real bad.

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