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Re: Bleeding brakes on '97 M3 with ASC+T? (archive)

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Posted by Michael Fox on October 02, 2000 at 14:36:35:

In Reply to: Bleeding brakes on '97 M3 with ASC+T? posted by Steven on October 02, 2000 at 08:51:49:


Has anyone bled their own brakes on their car with
ASC+T...
I have new ATE super blue fluid and a pressure bleeder, but the Bentley manual
says that cars with ASC+T must be bled by a dealer
because of special equipment needed for the ASC+T.
Is this true?

I don't think so. I've bled my brakes in my garage using the Motive pressure bleeder and never had any problems on my '98 M3/4. Just don't
go over 20lbs of pressure or you'll trash the master cylinder.
-Michael Fox


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