T H E S P E C I A L I S T S I N L A N D R O V E R S " U S A or (800) 403-7591 " Fax: (802) 879-9152 email@example.com " www.roversnorth.com Rovers North, Inc. " 1319 VT Rt. 128 " Westford, Vermont " 05494-9601 USA TECH TIP: ABS Brake Bleed Tech Tip: ABS Brake Bleed Sequence Range Rover Classic 1) Clean top of brake reservoir with a clean cloth, then top up to MAX level and replace the cap.
2) With the ignition switch turned off: 2a. Bleed Circuit #1 (pump and hold pedal, loosen bleed nipple and old open pressure relief, repeat until all air bubbles are gone. Close off nipple; take pressure off brake pedal.
2b. Bleed Circuit #2 as you did #1 2b. Bleed Circuit #3 as you did #1 3) With the ignition on (ABS pump activated), hold down the brake pedal, bleed #4, using the same method as for #1.
NOTE: Hold brake pedal down until bleeder is closed and key is off 4) Bleed #5 as you did #3 above. Once this is completed, bleed #6 in the same manner as #4 bleeder. 5) Turn ignition on and ... more. less.
bleed #7 and #8 circuits; follow the previous method for bleeding, ensuring ignition is switched on during this process.<br><br> 6) Depressurize system (pump brake about 20 times with the ignition switched off), then turn the ignition on, the ABS pump should stop pumping before 45 seconds has elapsed 3if not, your ABS might need to be replaced (pump is not rebuildable). 7) Top up reservoir and wipe all traces of spilled brake fluid with a clean cloth and you 9re done. You Will Need: 10mm or 11mm Combination Wrench Girling / Castrol approved Brake Fluid Clean rags/ cloth A cooperative person to assist in brake bleeding 1 802 879-0032 Front of Vehicle Rear of Vehicle #1 #5 #6 #3 #4 #2 #8 #7 Rear calipers shown upside down to give a clear view of the bleed valve<br><br>