[A4] brake bleeding

thejimrose thejimrose at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 13:01:20 EST 2006

oh yeah that's correct. i did mine about a year ago.. forgot that you
dont break fluid lines when you pull the control module.

but if you *were* to pull the hydraulic portion of the pump assembly
then i suppose youd have to bleed it. hence why the ecu accomodates
this. much safer [albeit less entertaining] then going and doing a few
100mph stops at full lockup. =)

checked bentley too - they dont go into detail on r+r of the abs pump
itself - says it's 'out of scope'.

On 11/29/06, Brizax at aol.com <Brizax at aol.com> wrote:
> no need ot break any lines loose, if you are only removing the abs module
> just remove the driver side wheel "1.8T" engines maybe v6 also" then unsrew
> the fender liner, then get an screwdriver with an extension and a torx bit
> set, then you can access the 2 top bolts from up top inside under the hood,
> the other 2-4 you have to go through the wheel well, ez swap, no bleeding
> necessary

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