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I was wondering if you guys have any pointers on bleeding the ayc and ACD pump without the mut III tool. Thanks in advance.
 

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Bump.
I pulled my engine and I'm going to be putting it back soon so I'm quite curious to this as well.
 

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I am also curious cause I am thinking of relocating to trunk. Don't think I can drive to dealer to have them bleed it.
 

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From what I have read on here is you can use a snap on scan tool to do the bleeding also evoscan has it as well and Also aslong as the lines are capped off and pump is disconnected the car can be driven.
 

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Just did this process after a transmission & t-case rebuild to bleed my car:
-get the car up on ramps & jack stands, put it in NEUTRAL, apply parking brake
-loosen bleeder valve, and attach a clear hose if you can (to see air bubbles in the fluid)
-with car IN NEUTRAL and gas pedal floored, start the car and spin the steering wheel back and forth (past 90 degrees each direction) as you let your foot off the gas (triggers activation of clutch packs from pump, from what I understand)
-make sure reservoir still has plenty of ATF in it so it never goes empty
-repeat until you're bleeding clean red fluid with no air bubbles
-hope your pump isn't toast, as they seem to be the weakest point on this car
 
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