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      04-06-2010, 01:44 AM   #21
gilbertfg
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Wow that's a lot of pressure! Anyway as the title says, do you actually flush or bleed? The article is more like bleeding the system. Be careful when you guys bleed the system, find out first if the M3 braking system is diagonal or front and back split. Bleeding doesn't always start from the RR of the vehicle. Flushing requires you to completely drain the system which causes the ABS/TCS to malfunction and then DRB scan tool to be used. By the way, I use Phoenix bleeding tools. 25 psi is way too much. You're looking at damaging the seals. I hope my 2 cents helps.
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