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how do u bleed the abs module on a crv 2003

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how do u bleed the abs module on a crv 2003
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Theres is a special bleeder for this from Honda since its under alot of pressure but you can use a rubber hose tightley on the bleeder valve
-with modulator bleed valve open and a pipe to safely channel fluid to a container
-bridge the pump motor relay female terminals 1 & 2, until clear bubble free air is seen
-ensure fluid is topped up continuously so as not to run pump dry
-individually bleed each wheel in sequence: RHR, LHF, LHR, RHF.
-top resevoir to back up to maximum
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
wich reservoir master cylinder or abs resevoir
if abs where is the reservoir
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Its off abs modulator below the reservoire let me see if I can post a picture.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
thanks
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Having trouble locating the picture but it should be right next to the abs resevoire.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
i was browsing while waiting , the information a found is that my abs module is a teves mark 20 and that u need a dbrIII scan tool in order to lauch the abs module into a bleeding sequence in order to remove air trap in it.
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Yes that is true the procedure is for the old style abs what was the actual problem you were having .
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
i change my brake pad and rotor and to make a nice job i bleeded all my brake fluid and i believe i let the master cylinder tank go too low and air got into the system. i kept on bleeding a amount of 1 quart of oil. my car brake just fine on a very short brake pedal stroke. but if a keep applying pressure on the brake pedal the pedal will go slowly to the floor. whith the engine not running i can not get the pedal to further then 1 inch. that why i think that air is trap into the abs unit since is not working when the engine is off
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Ok that is doubtful have you bleed each wheel several times?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
yes
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 7 years ago.
Ok I would bleed the lines at the master and all the other wheels again its doubtful air got into the abs system good chance thge master cylinder is airbound.
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