I have a 1995 Chevy Corsica. I have had this car since new, and I've done all of the work on it. I would like to replace the calipers, (and replace the brake fluid), but I'm not sure how to properly do this since I don't have a Tech 1 tool for the ABS. I've read that I can turn the car on and off several times to put the ABS in "home" position. Is this true? And, does this also relieve the pressure from the system?
Optional Information: 1995 Chevrolet Corsica 2.2L 4 cyl.Already Tried: Nothing yet.
In order to replace the brake fluid you do not need to home the HCU. You only need to home it when you are replacing the solenoid pack pr the master cylinder. Here are the instructions for bleeding.
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