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I was bleeding brakes for track day after putting new calipers on and the reservoir got too low introducing lots of air into system. I have a feeling I need the abs flushed to rid the air. I'm in puyallup and need a trustworthy shop who has a tech2 and knows what they are doing and isn't to far from me. Thanks!
 

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I was bleeding brakes for track day after putting new calipers on and the reservoir got too low introducing lots of air into system. I have a feeling I need the abs flushed to rid the air after a soft pedal experience at the track even after i bleed the brakes twice. I'm in puyallup wa area and need a trustworthy shop who has a tech2 and knows what they are doing and isn't too far from me. Thanks!


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You shouldn't need a Tech 2 to bleed the brakes. The only time you would need a Tech 2 is if the ABS module was removed, then you would have air in the modulator portion. Bleed the brakes the way you normally would.
 

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Just to be safe, after bleeding the brakes normally, find a deserted road and make several stops hard enough to activate the anti-skid, then refill and bleed again.
 

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Just to be safe, after bleeding the brakes normally, find a deserted road and make several stops hard enough to activate the anti-skid, then refill and bleed again.
If you do this, do it in the rain. Easier to get into the ABS and easier on the tires. I think it's a good practice to get used to the car under full ABS lockup for when you really need to.
 
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