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This is a discussion on Brake Fluid Change Procedure within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by birdo Good idea, already grabbed Motul though, same color as stock. So back to my original question, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdo View Post
    Good idea, already grabbed Motul though, same color as stock.

    So back to my original question, is it ok to completely bleed the lines down to nothing but air, then put fluid back in (using a powerbleeder)?
    I wouldn't suggest that. You could end up needing to bleed the master cylinder if you drain the sytem.
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    Ah I see, thanks, I will avoid that method then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glick View Post
    I have a few questions about changing brake fluid. Now, I have ATE SuperBlue sitting here waiting to be put into my car, along with some new stainless steel lines. Now, first question, will SuperBlue harm my system at all? I've never used it with a car that had ABS, so I'm asking to be sure. Also, what is the procedure of changing the fluid? Is it best to keep bleeding the far passenger side wheel first and then just wait until I see blue fluid? Also, do they bleed in the normal order? Back right, back left, front right, front left?
    i have a car with ABS,,and it works fine with my ATE Superblue...

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