Re: 93aero brakes wont bleed after EH valve
The RABS valve/EH valve should bleed just fine as long as you follow a few simple rules for bleeding the brakes properly.
Keep the master cylinder topped off during the entire bleeding process to prevent air from entering the lines.
Ensure the bleeder valves are closed before starting to bleed the brakes.
Start by bleeding the right rear, then left rear, then right front, then left front. If the front lines haven't been removed and the master cylinder has never been empty during the attempt to bleed the rear brakes....don't worry about the front.
Pump the brake pedal a few times and hold it down. Have a buddy open the bleeder valve while you hold down on the pedal. Once your foot goes to the floor, have your buddy close the valve BEFORE taking your foot off the pedal.
Repeat the process until a steady stream of fluid exits the bleeder valve (i.e. no "sputtering"). Be sure to keep the master cylinder topped off while bleeding the brakes.
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