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02-19-2019 06:12 PM
chuche831
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Originally Posted by aaronspeed View Post
Yes. I was trying to let others know this is a common method.
Thanks for that! Will definitely try it if I ever need to bleed mine.
02-19-2019 06:11 PM
chuche831
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Would imagine if thats true doing it on jackstands will all 4 wheels in the air would have the same effect and wouldnt have to be dropping fluid all over the road lol.
Well, you wouldn't leave the bleeders open on the road. You would drive, and as the ACD and AYC pressurize, they release the pressure once you crack the bleeders at the shop.
Yeah tha makes more sense lol.
02-16-2019 11:08 PM
turismolover22
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Originally Posted by chuche831 View Post
Would imagine if thats true doing it on jackstands will all 4 wheels in the air would have the same effect and wouldnt have to be dropping fluid all over the road lol.
Well, you wouldn't leave the bleeders open on the road. You would drive, and as the ACD and AYC pressurize, they release the pressure once you crack the bleeders at the shop.
02-15-2019 08:54 PM
aaronspeed Yes. I was trying to let others know this is a common method.
02-15-2019 06:24 PM
chuche831
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At the shop we have been doing the 4 wheel off the ground method for years. We had a pulse box that we used for years and the wheels being rotated while bleeding works just as easy and no more often we need to bleed the unit works great.
Would this be similar as what I stated above? All traction aids on, car in neutral, and manually rotate each wheel to bleed?
02-13-2019 11:53 PM
aaronspeed At the shop we have been doing the 4 wheel off the ground method for years. We had a pulse box that we used for years and the wheels being rotated while bleeding works just as easy and no more often we need to bleed the unit works great.
02-13-2019 10:44 PM
chuche831
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So while the car is in the air and in neutral (assuming traction control and all is still on aswell?) just spinning the wheels by hand will bleed the ayc pump lines?
Someone had made mention to me that just going out and driving the car around the block and opening the bleeder will bleed it. Doing it once or twice "does the trick" so I was told.
Would imagine if thats true doing it on jackstands will all 4 wheels in the air would have the same effect and wouldnt have to be dropping fluid all over the road lol.
02-13-2019 12:40 AM
turismolover22
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So while the car is in the air and in neutral (assuming traction control and all is still on aswell?) just spinning the wheels by hand will bleed the ayc pump lines?
Someone had made mention to me that just going out and driving the car around the block and opening the bleeder will bleed it. Doing it once or twice "does the trick" so I was told.
02-11-2019 04:44 AM
chuche831
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We bleed the ACD manually in all of our cars that we have here. That tool stopped working for us on the 2012MY.

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/02...stall.pdf?1508
So while the car is in the air and in neutral (assuming traction control and all is still on aswell?) just spinning the wheels by hand will bleed the ayc pump lines?
02-07-2019 09:04 PM
DrivenFab We bleed the ACD manually in all of our cars that we have here. That tool stopped working for us on the 2012MY.

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/02...stall.pdf?1508
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