Brake bleeding / ABS unit

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Tom McG

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Good evening all,

Quick bit of advice required.

I need to replace front passenger side brake pipe (corroded)
It’s a short run straight from flexy hose to ABS unit

But... assuming some air will enter the ABS valve block.
Is there a risk of air getting trapped inside (ABS)?
Will conventional bleeding remove it. Or will I need to cycle ABS via diagnostics? Not something I can do at home without full dealer software.
 

BEXXX

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Hey Tom,

i have trouble with my ABS also. (see thread in Suspensions and Brakes section)


After the things i read for my problem, i think i can help you.

If you only swap a break pipe, that is not conected direktly to the ABS unit and you can stop that all fluid comes out, is will work with normal break bleading.

If you swap a pipe thats directly connected to your ABS unit or you let it bleed out completly, you need a diagnostic tool!

At the moment air comes in the ABS unit, you need the tool.

In that case you will need a Renault CLIP device, ist the official diagnostic tool!
https://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/can-clip-for-renault-diagnostic-tool.html

Best wishes

Max


You can get "clones" around 100€.
 
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