Join Date: May 2004
Location: Morganville, NJ
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Yes, you can replace it yourself, if you're replacing the whole thing too.
You will need at least a couple of quarts of fluid to make sure it's fully bled.
Once you put the unit on, open the LF bleeder and wait until the fluid starts dripping out on its own. Let at least a 1/4 of the reservoir run through. Then do the RF, LR, RR.
Once you've done that, have someone help you and pump the pedal up. Open the left front..... close, pump up again (do the same wheel 3 times)........ Do each wheel in the same order 3 times each. Then repeat the rears twice with the parking brake on, and once again with parking brake off.
In the procedure they have for the position memorization, replace the HDS with a jumper on pins 4 and 9 on the dlc.
Now do the memorization procedure.
Drive the car, and activate the ABS several times. Make sure the pedal is ok, you may have to bleed them again.
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