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Old 12-25-2010, 08:59 PM
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Default Bleeding brakes 93 s-10 blazer Need Help????

Can someone help me out with this question? I have a 1993 s-10 blazer and I broke a from brake line while driving (so I pumped the brakes with the line broke). I replaced the line and blead the brakes, but I can't seem to get the abs brake light off. Could someone tell me the procedure for this?

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go to a dealer and have them pressure bleed the system
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obviously you don't know either.... why even respond????
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With an attitude like that, I'm not sure why I am responding... AuburnBlazer is mostly correct. Your truck requires a special tools to properly bleed the entire brake system (if that is the only thing causing the light).

You might want to get the RWAL/4WAL controller scanned to see what the code is first as it may be something unrelated.

Next time, why not ask "why?" rather than spitting in the face of someone that has taken their time to respond to your post.
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With an attitude like that, I'm not sure why I am responding... AuburnBlazer is mostly correct. Your truck requires a special tools to properly bleed the entire brake system (if that is the only thing causing the light).

You might want to get the RWAL/4WAL controller scanned to see what the code is first as it may be something unrelated.

Next time, why not ask "why?" rather than spitting in the face of someone that has taken their time to respond to your post.
Swartlkk, you have been very helpful in the past....I now want to pick your brain. I have a 1994 blazer k series and I started to bleed the brakes yesterday (starting at the right rear) and when I hooked my " mighty vac" up and opened the bleeder valve very little fluid comes out and when I open it more I can hear air leaks from the pump and the bleed valve is very loose. When I bought the truck ( 2 months ago) the right rear wheel cylinder was replaced and I think the shop installed the wrong bleeder valve. I am going to get a new one today witrh the right threads, when you crack it a 1/4 turn its very wobbly and just does not fit snug. When I did my volvo with the little vac, I had a solid stream of fluid being sucked into the container?? I was under the truck for an hour before I started seeing my blue brake fluis start to come through.
Is there something on my truck that i need to do other than the normal bleeding process? 1994 full size blazer w/ABS.....Thank you in advance!!!
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brakes, but I can't seem to get the abs brake light off. Could someone tell me the procedure for this?

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To clear the codes in the ABS:

1) Turn Ignition to "ON"
2) Insert paper clip at A & H for "Two Seconds"
3) Remove for "One Second"
4) Repeat #2
5) Clearing is successful when the "Anti lock" AND "Brake" lamps light up THEN turn "Off".

Drive the car and see if it lights up again. If so, check the code. That would point you toward the problem.
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