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I am new to dodge ownership and new to abs. I recently blew my passenger side wheel cylinder. I fixed the issue bled the brakes. I have good brake pressure as long as the truck is off. Ive bled the brakes with both truck running and not still no effect.
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When you bleed it, start from the furthest wheel. Have the helper hold the brake pedal to the floor for 10 seconds before you snug the bleeder valve, and then tighten it.

10 seconds over-rides the ABS and you'll get pressure. Bleed it until you see clear fluid.

If you're alone... use a small hose on the bleeder submerged in a container of clean fluid and just keep pumping. It'll send fluid out but can't suck air back in.
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