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#7: 10-11-2012, 09:18 AM
 
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Originally Posted by ehsnils View Post
I would say that it really doesn't matter which order you do it, just make sure that you check every wheel and it's usually a good idea to take a second round after the first.
I always do 2 rounds with a full flush, and especially when replacing brake lines or calipers.




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Originally Posted by BAC5.2 View Post
This. It doesn't really matter what order you bleed in.

You'll need to cycle the ABS in order to bleed out the fluid in the ABS unit. Just once is fine, the little bit of fluid left in the system isn't going to hurt anything.
What do you mean by "cycling" the ABS control unit?