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      08-06-2007, 01:59 PM   #8
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Great write up.

One thing, It would probably be better to recommend you pump the brakes after each wheel is done. Two reasons, 1- You will probably over-flow the reservoir with 4 brake sets pushed completely back, 2- This way you’ll know which wheel (of the two that have sensors) is causing a problem if the sensor light comes on.

Now, follow up with a road test!