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Old April 14th, 2019, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cycle ABS Module for bleeding?

With my Autel DiagLink I can cycle the ABS modules to pump them on my Subaru and pretty much any old GM vehicle, but this option is not there for my Eclipse, any way to pump the ABS Module with an OBD option or shorting out a diagnostic connector?
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With my Autel DiagLink I can cycle the ABS modules to pump them on my Subaru and pretty much any old GM vehicle, but this option is not there for my Eclipse, any way to pump the ABS Module with an OBD option or shorting out a diagnostic connector?
Hey bro, any update on this? Is it possible to bleed the module manually without a scan tool?
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With my Autel DiagLink I can cycle the ABS modules to pump them on my Subaru and pretty much any old GM vehicle, but this option is not there for my Eclipse, any way to pump the ABS Module with an OBD option or shorting out a diagnostic connector?
Hey bro, any update on this? Is it possible to bleed the module manually without a scan tool?
Only by activating the ABS by making the car skid by locking up the brakes hard enough on a loose surface, wouldn’t recommend that

Just go ahead and replace your ABS pump or whatever you’re trying to replace and then use a Vacuum bleeder to bleed the system really good all corners in the correct order, test the brakes, you probably will have some air in the ABS pump still but it’ll come out when your ABS activates, or u can ask a dealer or someone with advanced fancy scan tool to activate the bleed function for u, then top up the fluid

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Only by activating the ABS by making the car skid by locking up the brakes hard enough on a loose surface, wouldn’t recommend that

Just go ahead and replace your ABS pump or whatever you’re trying to replace and then use a Vacuum bleeder to bleed the system really good all corners in the correct order, test the brakes, you probably will have some air in the ABS pump still but it’ll come out when your ABS activates, or u can ask a dealer or someone with advanced fancy scan tool to activate the bleed function for u, then top up the fluid
I can take it off-roading no problem, hahaha. I actually just purchased a master cylinder from rockauto, so I'll see how that goes first. If that doesn't fix the problem then it's definitely the ABS module. I'll keep this post updated.
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