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Old 07-24-2021, 05:59 PM #1
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Brake flush and reservoir

I went to do a brake flush on my 2018 ORP. I wanted to start by sucking the the old brake fluid out of the reservoir and replace with fresh fluid before flushing through the lines. It doesn't appear there is a removable screen in the reservoir so I was not able to get the suction hose in there. Can anyone confirm this is correct on these reservoir? I believe they are Advics reservoirs.
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Can't confirm on 5th gen but my 4th gen is similar, I can't suck any fluid out at reservoir, but with the brake pump motor coming on for the rear brakes when brakes applied you can replace the fluid pretty quickly by taking most of it out through the rears and then bleeding fronts as you normally would ; pump and hold brake pedal/loosen and tighten bleed screw.
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