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Porsche 996 Durametric Brake Bleeding Procedure


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Hello people

I noticed that one of the many new great features offered by the new Durametric Tool software version is to perform the brake bleeding with a simple click command.

But I also noticed on that test info icon that the "bleeding screw" must be opened prior to perform the brake bleeding command,i don't have any ideea which screw it has to be opened?

The support team from Durametric also don't know.

Loren and all guru's please advice

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"But I also noticed on that test info icon that the "bleeding screw" must be opened prior to perform the brake bleeding command,i don't have any ideea which screw it has to be opened?"

then step away from the car, good god man these are your brakes!!!!!

not a new tire shine or wax

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i was assuming that the brake pump must have his own bleeding screw.

no

i am not satissfied at all.

they are worse than the time then she was having rubber lines.

now with steel lines+motul racing brake fluid i was expecting an improvement.

also the abs is feelt during a kind of hard brake but not that hard to be expected,

i was assuming that the abs pump got air somehow when i changed the lines and brake fluid and that's why i wanted to bleed it via that software.

i am in contact with durametric,they try to find a solution because it is a software bug on theire toy but i will go at porsche to hook up an piwis and try to do the job.i bleed it manually a couple of tine but no air.

i can not understand how the hell is possibile not to bleed the full air even if it is in the abs pump,i bleed the hell out of them.

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