RE: 2004 Ram Brakes
You guys are all wrong, ABS systems need to be, not bleed, but the release valve has to be open when pushing the cylinder/piston back in. Too much pressure on the ABS system going the wrong way can cause problems. I know cause the bastards at the Ford dealership changed my wife's old mustang's brake pads and they ruined the master cylinder. They just pushed the cylinder/piston back in as if it were a non-ABS car. After they ruined it the firsttime, the pedal felt very spongy and would travel all the way down. It costs $180 to do the brakes only thefront. I did aHonda non-ABS in 25 minutes both front disks. A mechanic with power tools, can take him 30 minutes for ABS, thats $360 an hour. I tell you, I dont think a Dodge engineer makes that much.