If using a pressure bleeder, follow the instructions furnished with the unit and choose the correct adaptor for the application. Do not substitute an adapter that almost fits as it will not work and could be dangerous.
The bleeding procedure is a three step process, one of which will require use of the DRB II scan tool or its equivalent. Bleed the system as follows:
- Connect a pressure bleeder to the master cylinder.
Fully bleed the brakes hydraulic system using the conventional method in the following sequence:
- Right rear wheel
- Left rear wheel
- Right front wheel
- Left front wheel
- Locate the diagnostic connector under the dash panel to the right of the steering column.
- Connect the DRB II scan tool to the connector. Install cartridge for the Teves Mark IV or Teves Mark IV-G Anti-Lock Brake system. Check to make sure that the CAB does not have any fault codes stored in it. If it does, remove them using the DRB II scan tool.
- Perform the bleeding procedure using the DRB II according to the procedure outlined in the scan tool literature.
- Once bleeding with the scan tool is complete, repeat the bleed procedure outlined in Step 2. Remove the pressure bleeder from the master cylinder.
- Fill the master cylinder reservoir to the proper level.
- Road test the vehicle to check for proper brake system operation.