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Old 05-21-2010, 09:46 PM
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I understand to flush/bleed brakes from rear right to front left. My question is should I flush the clutch slave cylinder first and then the brakes, or brakes then slave cylindar??

I'll be flushing the accumulator too...... am I missing anything else flushable so far??


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Old 05-21-2010, 09:50 PM
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I understand to flush/bleed brakes from rear right to front left. My question is should I flush the clutch slave cylinder first and then the brakes, or brakes then slave cylindar??

I'll be flushing the accumulator too...... am I missing anything else flushable so far??


thanks, Jaime
I do it last.

It also helps to use a turkey baster to remove as much fluid form the m/c as possible
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You need to also flush the differential clutches. To do that you must borrow a Bosch tester gadget which cycles the selonoids.
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:55 PM
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Thanks, guys. doug I don't think I have those clutches..... is this a PDAS thing? cause I don't have PDAS in my car
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is this a PDAS thing? cause I don't have PDAS in my car
PDAS is the factory name for the all wheel drive or C4 system.
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