ABS light on. wheel sensors have been changed. brakes
bled, do not know how to bleed the unit connected to the master cylinder
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Customer: it started by the front brakes releasing and then grabbing just prior to coming to a complete stop. It does not do that now and the brakes do not fade.They act as brakes did prior to ABS
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Customer: replaced pads,shoes, rear wheel cylinders,speed sensors and bled the brakes at the wheels
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Customer: need instruction on bleeding the unit by the master cylinder
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Customer: tell me how to bleed the unit beside the master cylinder. Think the pin is out of ajustment
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Customer: NO, you have it all
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