VSA Modulator-Control Unit Removal and InstallationNOTE:
- Do not spill brake fluid on the vehicle; it may damage the paint; if brake fluid gets on the paint, wash it off immediately with water.
- Be careful not to damage or deform the brake lines during removal and installation.
- To prevent the brake fluid from flowing, plug and cover the hose ends and joints with a shop towel or equivalent material.
|1.||Pull up the lock (A) of the VSA control unit 46P connector (B), and the connector disconnects itself.|
|2.||Disconnect the six brake lines.|
|3.||Remove the three 6 mm bolts, then remove the bracket (C) with the VSA modulator-control unit (D) from the body.|
|4.||Remove the two 6 mm nuts, then remove the VSA modulator-control unit from the bracket.|
|1.||Install the VSA modulator-control unit on the bracket, then tighten the two 6 mm nuts.|
|2.||Install the bracket with the VSA modulator-control unit, then tighten the three 6 mm bolts.|
|3.||Reconnect the six brake lines, then tighten the flare nuts to the specified torque.|
|4.||Align the connecting surface of the VSA control unit 46P connector to the VSA modulator-control unit.|
|5.||Lower the lock of the VSA control unit 46P connector until you hear it click into place, then confirm the connector is fully seated.|
|6.||Bleed the brake system, starting with the front wheels.|
|7.||Start the engine, and check that the ABS and VSA indicators go off.|
|8.||Test-drive the vehicle, and check that the ABS and VSA indicators do not come on.|
|9.||If the brake pedal is now spongy, there may be air trapped in the modulator and then induced into the normal brake system during modulation. Bleed the brake system again, starting with the front wheels.|