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Old 08-04-2017, 03:24 PM
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Air in ABS module

So I changed my mastercylinder and the lines going to the mastercylinder and while doing that I got air into the ABS module. Does anyone know if there is a way to bleed the module or will I just have to take it to mazda?
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I think the Mazda WDS system has a way of bleeding it. I don't know of any other way. how did you get air in the ABS module?
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Originally Posted by 9krpmrx8 View Post
I think the Mazda WDS system has a way of bleeding it. I don't know of any other way. how did you get air in the ABS module?
Replace the master cylinder and the lines going to it. Didn't really think about getting air in the abs module. Oh well
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It should bleed normally with the rest of the system unless you're doing it wrong. It's more likely that you still have air in the MC. It can be a real pain to get it all out. I never had any issue with the ABS module having fully drained multiple times, just the MC
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