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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Any advice on bleeding brakes for a Right Hand drive 155 2.0 16v TS ?

I know its supposed to be done in particular wheel sequence, but not sure what sequence that is!

Also, do ABS brakes make any difference ?

Thanks,
Ger
 
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make sure you don't do what some heavy-handed git (me) did to my nipple ,and snapped it off.
i've never seen so much rust on car brakes before, it's as if someone has parked my 155 in ths sea for weeks.
 
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i don't know for sure,

but i thought it was something like an opposite corners type sequence.

i.e. Front Right > Back Left > Back right > Front Left.

anyone???

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Always start with the wheel furthest away from your master cylinder, moving to the nearest one last. Remember to top up the reservoir regularly to avoid air getting into the system.
Im am not sure about this, but I think the ABS system pump will pump the fluid out when the brake pedal is pushed. So you dont have to pump the pedal all the time. The engine must be switched on. Can anybody confirm this?
 
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