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Old 09-22-2011, 04:50 AM
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OK, figure this out.... My brake pedal is much better and the fronts feel like they are doing most of what they are supposed to do.:yay: I get to work yesterday and the ABS light is out (no, the bulb didn't burn out)!?!:yay::yay: Must be a little bit of air worked its way out???
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Thanks, Chris! Every time I do anything to the brakes they seem to get a little better, so I guess I should keep plugging away at them......The pedal is a good bit higher and I can feel more of the front brakes working so it is an improvement!!
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OK, figure this out.... My brake pedal is much better and the fronts feel like they are doing most of what they are supposed to do.:yay: I get to work yesterday and the ABS light is out (no, the bulb didn't burn out)!?!:yay::yay: Must be a little bit of air worked its way out???
Perhaps the fear of Iowa dirt roads scared them? lol You must have had more air in the lines somewhere that purged itself while tinkering. The ABS light is set to come on anytime the system senses air. Id try bleeding them again after a longer trip when the fluid is the warmest and see if they get closer to perfect. The shop is always open to give you a hand if your up for the drive.
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Old 09-23-2011, 07:23 AM
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Yea, that Iowa mud was not fun to try to get off of everything. There must have been a small bubble that worked it's way out, but you would think that after gallons of fluid going through it would have come out then........
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