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ABS front brake bleeding problem

Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong or not doing? I followed the procedure in the shop manual to bypass the abs module. I get the abs light flashing but the pulsing unit by the exhaust won't bleed. I had to relocate the pulsing unit to accomadate the exhaust. I tried to reverse bleed it, and the lever is still spongy.
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Not sure what manual you're using but i have the factory bleed process on pdf. PM me, if you want it.
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Not sure what manual you're using but i have the factory bleed process on pdf. PM me, if you want it.
Is it a sequence of fuse pulling?

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Pulling fuses, shorting the dummy abs connector and operating the brake levers in a specific sequence to enter bleed mode. Pretty involved process, pressing the rear brake to bleed the front unit and vice versa.
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I think I have that but I haven't tried it, going to when I change the lines.

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This is not ABS only but make sure you need the nipple at the lever or you'll be chasing a mushy lever forever when it's not the calipers.

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