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Old 01-16-2013, 12:07 AM   #1
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Special Tool Required for Brake Master Cylinder Replacement?

Hi All,

I need to replace my brake master cylinder on my '05 ZX4. The Haynes manual says I need 'special test equipment' to bleed the system after the master cylinder is installed on cars equipped with ABS.

Does anyone know what this special test equipment is, or how I can get around using it. Obviously, I want to do a proper job to ensure safety, but if there is a DIY trick, I'd like to know.

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