This procedure is only necessary if you replaced the master cylinder or the BPMV.
- First perform the basic manual bleeding procedure.
- If the desired brake pedal height results are not achieved, perform the procedure below.
- Raise and safely support the vehicle securely on jackstands.
- Inspect the brake system for leaks and for visual damage. Repair or replace as needed.
- Inspect the battery state of charge.
- Connect a scan tool to the DLC.
- Turn the ignition to the ON position with the engine off.
- Using the scan tool, establish communications with the ABS system. Select the Special Functions and AUTOMATED BLEED PROCEDURE.
- Bleed the base brake system.
- Follow the scan tool directions until you have achieved the desired brake pedal height.
- If the bleed procedure is aborted, a malfunction exists. If a DTC is detected, clear the DTC, and perform the base brake bleed procedure again.
- Repeat the Auto Bleed Procedure if proper pedal height is not achieved.
- Disconnect the scan tool.
- Inspect the brake fluid level. Add brake fluid if necessary.
- Road test the vehicle while making sure the brake pedal remains high and firm.