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97 civic no abs braking bleeding sequence

 
Old 06-05-2012, 08:48 PM
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ok so i was always taught start with the furthest wheel then work my way to closest to the master cylinder.... but then i check honda service manual and this is what i got ..



WTH ... can anyone explain why after passenger rear ... followed by driver front ? could it be a typo ?
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nope
not a typo brah, thats how you need to do it. this process is best performed with a friend pump the brakes
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so this doesnt fall under the " furthest from master cylinder" rule... because the master cylinder is right next to the driver front brake... this is so wierd
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the prop valve does not mix together channel A and B
there are two channels going from master cylinder to proportioning valve
lets call them channel A and channel B

channel A will split off to front left and rear right
channel B will split off to front right and rear left

when purging/bleeding the hydraulic brake system you must do each channel separately
when starting on a channel you must do the rear first

the master cylinder is on the same side as the driver's seat (obviously, right?)
start with the diagonal rear brake

bleeding/purging order:
driver's seat on left RR, FL, RL, FR
driver's seat on right RL, FR, RR, FL

refer to this thread https://honda-tech.com/forums/honda-civic-del-sol-1992-2000-1/proportioning-valve-channels-3194933/
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the prop valve does not mix together channel A and B
there are two channels going from master cylinder to proportioning valve
lets call them channel A and channel B

channel A will split off to front left and rear right
channel B will split off to front right and rear left

when purging/bleeding the hydraulic brake system you must do each channel separately
when starting on a channel you must do the rear first

the master cylinder is on the same side as the driver's seat (obviously, right?)
start with the diagonal rear brake

bleeding/purging order:
driver's seat on left RR, FL, RL, FR
driver's seat on right RL, FR, RR, FL

refer to this thread https://honda-tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3194933
I'm about to put this valve in my 2000 civic I just curious if it is accurate to where all the brake lines go thanks
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