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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Bleeding of the abs hydraulic system

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Chassis / Abs components maintenance / Bleeding of the abs hydraulic system

If some "sponginess" is detected on the brake control, due to air bubbles in the system, bleed the system, as indicated in sect. 4 - 3, Changing the brake fluid.

Before bleeding a brake pump, move back the calliper pistons, as indicated in (sect. 4 - 3, Changing the brake fluid) to Drain in the pump the air collected near the abs control unit purge must be carried out by means of the corresponding joints (a) placed near the callipers and the brake pumps.

Important

Do not undo the fixing screws of the joints of the pipes on the abs hydraulic control unit, unless control unit replacement is necessary.

Important

If the abs control unit is replaced, this must be supplied with secondary circuit already full of fluid; the control unit must be fitted and the system filled and bleeded as a traditional system.

Bleeding of the abs hydraulic system


Bleeding of the abs hydraulic system


Bleeding of the abs hydraulic system


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