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Thread: MAINTENANCE : Bleeding the Brakes on a Jeep JK Wrangler

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Correct. Rears will be fine.
    Will I need to (or should I) bleed the front brakes if I am only replacing the rear brakes and brake lines? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneiford View Post
    Will I need to (or should I) bleed the front brakes if I am only replacing the rear brakes and brake lines? Thanks!
    You should just to be safe
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    ABS BLEED .
    Does anyone know if the Jscan app can activate/cylce the abs in order to get air out of the abs side ?

    Have recently bled the system still feel the pedal is soft after a flush of the main sytem.



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    Quote Originally Posted by guypaquette7@gmail.com View Post
    ABS BLEED .
    Does anyone know if the Jscan app can activate/cylce the abs in order to get air out of the abs side ?

    Have recently bled the system still feel the pedal is soft after a flush of the main sytem.



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    Not sure but you can do an abs bleed without a scan tool. If you create and “ABS event” you will force the unit to force the air out. Do this about 3 times then go rebleed your brakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Not sure but you can do an abs bleed without a scan tool. If you create and “ABS event” you will force the unit to force the air out. Do this about 3 times then go rebleed your brakes.
    To do this would it be as simple as breaking to the point the ABS system kicks in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    To do this would it be as simple as breaking to the point the ABS system kicks in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    To do this would it be as simple as breaking to the point the ABS system kicks in?

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    Yes. Try doing it in a empty box truck if you wanna really go for a ride. Ask me how I know
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