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Old 01-21-2020, 12:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need BPMV port descriptions 2007

Had our 1007 C7500 mechanics truck disassembled, sandblasted, rebuilt and reassembled. I have figured every last glitch out except how to get normal operating brakes.
The sandblaster's shop replaced all the brake lines and hoses and, I believe, they may have transposed the brake lines coming out of the ABS module.
Even with a new master cylinder and several automated brake bleeds, the pedal still feels soft with excessive travel. Also, with the ABS on or offline, I cannot lock the front brakes, even when backing down a steep, muddy, sloppy driveway.
3 supposed GM medium duty dealers have looked high and low, as have I, for a brake line diagran.

Is there a port diagram out there? Hand written notes? A resource I may have missed?

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Have you done a manual two person old school bleed? I can’t remember even working on one that had hydraulic brakes, but I’m not a big fan of auto bleeds on a soft pedal.

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