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The brake bleed function with INPA/DIS is just to bleed the module/compressor or for the whole line to the cataloged? You tube showed some guy trying to use it, not very well, with the bleed valve on the caliber.


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The brake bleed function with INPA/DIS is just to bleed the module/compressor or for the whole line to the cataloged? You tube showed some guy trying to use it, not very well, with the bleed valve on the caliber.


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Suppose to be caliper


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INPA din't work for me. I had to get DIS, but it's not very user friendly. They have the whole procedure described on the interface.
 

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In 14 years I've had my M5, I've never once used INPA/DIS for bleeding brakes (and I have both and use them frequently)

The only time you'd need it imo is when replacing the actual hydraulic unit or if you wanted to flush the hydraulic unit. And for that, go stomp of the brakes a few times to engage ABS and re-bleed the normal way (power bleeder / two person method / etc)
 
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