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Old 06-24-2019, 04:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tech 2 ABS autobleed using VXDIAG Nano

I picked up a tech 2 clone (vxdiag nano) and performed the autobleed procedure on the ABS control. All I can say is WOW!!!!!!!!! Now I have pedal height and brakes that I haven't seen since this rig was new. This alone was well worth the $100 for the gadget.

I was considering doing the hydroboost upgrade but not now.

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Great price, and glad it worked so well for you. I hope you did a complete brake fluid flush also.

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Great price, and glad it worked so well for you. I hope you did a complete brake fluid flush also.
Flushed many times over the last 300k miles. It doesn't even come close to the effectiveness of using the Tech 2 on it. But to answer your question, I flushed after and then re-initiated the ABS with the tech 2.
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where'd you get your vxdiag nano and Tech2win?
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Did you have to purchase a GM subscription to do the abs brake bleeding procedure?
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where'd you get your vxdiag nano and Tech2win?
Vxdiagshop.com. No need for subscription for abs cycling.
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