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Good day
2009 ford fusion had a issue with the rear driver cylinder after replacing notice a leak on rear passenger side replaced, tried to bleed at this point would not build up pressure, notice pressure and fluid on driver front and passenger rear side. no pressure or fluid on the driver rear and very little from front passenger side.
change the master cylinder bench bleed seems to be found but now have no brake, fluid or pressure on any of the brakes?
though about the booster but do not believe it it that,
reading about the ABS module but if that was bad still should be brakes from what i have read?

Help please
 

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Apparently, you need a scan tool that will engage the abs module for bleeding brakes.
 

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I have a scan tool but will not pick up the ABS Module is there a way to bleed without the scan tool
 

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None that I'm aware of.
 
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