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Running into some trouble trying to bleed my rear brakes and I've isolated the issue, but don't know how to resolve it. Hoping someone here more familiar with the PSM module might be able to help. Issue: I'm using a Motive bleeder and have good flow into the "H" (rear) input port of the ABS block, but I have no flow from either the HL (rear left) or HR (rear right) output ports of the ABS block. I know the PSM system doesn't have a mechanical proportioning valve, but could the system have electronically isolated the rear circuit? If so, any idea how I might reset it? That could
1999 Boxster S Tiptronic 57K miles. Spent good part of the afternoon trying to get to the bottom of coolant loss from the expansion tank. Wife went to use the car yesterday and the red light started flashing, checked the expansion tank - empty. Took about 3 litres to refill. Today I went through a 'bleed' procedure. Pulled up a spring loaded clip on top of tank, slowly filled tank, remove a fuse B1 to effect some sort of valve - apparently only needed for tiptronic system bleeds, run engine up to 90 - used cooking thermometer into expansion tank, reving engine every few minuets. There wa
OK, I hope this does not result in someone calling me an idiot, but here is what I did: I just flushed my brake system in preparation for a DE, which I have done many times before. The old fluid was in good shape, and so it was nearly impossible to tell when the new fluid started. This time, using a pressure bleeder, I pushed most of the old fluid out of the reservoir before I started dumping new fluid into the thing so as to minimize the mixing. I may have actually pushed some air into the lines - I'm not sure - but I was not too concerned about that because I figured that the air bubble