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Kia Magentis / Optima (2000 release)

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Kia Magentis
Lubrication System
Cooling system
The control and toxicity
Fuel system
Ignition system
Power shafts, axles
Technical data
Anti-lock brakes
Checking and adjusting the brake pedal position
Check the brake servo
Bleeding the hydraulic system of a drive of brakes
Bleeding the hydraulic system of a drive of brakes with scanner use
Adjust the parking brake stroke
Brake pedal
The main brake cylinder
Vacuum brake booster
Brake tubes and hoses
Pressure regulator
Replacing the front brake pads
Caliper front brake
Rear drum brakes
Replacing the working brake cylinder
Rear disc brakes
Hydraulic block HECU (the hydraulic and electronic control unit)
Wheel speed sensor
Parking brake
The air conditioning system
Electrical equipment
Electrical diagrams

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Bleeding the hydraulic system of a drive of brakes with scanner use

Pumping hydraulic drive of brakes with scanner use must be followed to ensure adequate pumping and filling the hydraulic control unit, brake tubes and master cylinder.


1. Remove the cap from the expansion tank with brake fluid.

The brake liquid dissolves a paint, plastic and wire insulation, so if you accidentally hit fluid on the paintwork of the car or its components wash with plenty of water.

When pumping pressurized, do not press the brake pedal. Recommended brake fluid: DOT 3

2. Remove the cap from the bleeder, and attach it to one end of the transparent hose and the other end of the hose, insert the glass container of sufficient volume, half-filled with brake fluid.

3. Connect the scanner to the diagnostic connector located under the dashboard.

4. In accordance with the instructions for operating the scanner, select the appropriate option.

To eliminate burnout motor pump observe maximum ABS works with the scanner (60).

5. Slowly depress the brake pedal several times. While pressing the brake pedal wrench to loosen the bleeder valve and wait until the brake fluid flows out without air bubbles. Tighten the bleeder valve and release the brake pedal.

6. Repeat step 5 to remove the air from the brake mechanisms of other wheels.

7. Tighten the bleeder valve.

Tightening torque: 7-9 N ??? m

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