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Who is correct? Tech A says that bleeding an electronic brake control system is just like bleeding a non–electronic brake control system. Tech B says that if air is allowed into the electronic brake control system, it can become trapped in the hydraulic control unit, requiring a scan tool to operate the solenoid valves to help bleed the air from the electronic brake control system.



A. Tech A
B. Tech B
C. Both Techs A and B
D. Neither Tech A nor B

This question is part of Electronic Brake Control
Asked by Atahcpss, Last updated: Sep 15, 2020

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Answered Mar 23, 2018

Both Techs A and B

Bleeding on most vehicles with ABS is just like bleeding in non-ABS vehicles, but if air does become trapped in the module, a scan tool will be needed to open the valves and push the fluid through.
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