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I'm going to remove the trac pump assembly over the weekend. Per the walkthroughs, the trac pump has a brake line going to the ABS assembly on the passenger side that will removed and plugged. When I remove that line from the ABS, it will let air get into the ABS system. To get rid of the air, do I simply bleed the brakes from all four corners? Or do I have to bleed air directly from the ABS assembly?

It might sound stupid, but I don't know if the lines on the ABS system are the same ones that go to the calipers, so I don't know if bleeding fluid from the calipers will get rid of the air all the way from the ABS system. Thanks.
 
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