I have always flushed brakes at the wheel by sucking at the bleeder valve and keeping the master cylinder from getting empty (bringing in air). Do I understand correctly that you are pushing fluid in at the bleeder valve and removing the older fluid at the master cylinder?Pushing fluid up from the wheel worked as usual...except I had no brakes afterwards.
Correct...I assume air has been caught somewhere in the ABS system and am looking at way to remove it.
Correct. That's how I've done it on several different motorcycles with good results...including the front brake here. The theory being pushing air bubbles up rather than trying to suck them down. I posted this up about the rear cause it didn't play by the rules. Something different here that others might use.Do I understand correctly that you are pushing fluid in at the bleeder valve and removing the older fluid at the master cylinder?