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Old 09-20-2010, 09:14 PM   #11
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This tool does an excellent job, quick easy and through.











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Old 09-21-2010, 04:12 PM   #12
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I thought we did your car?

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Old 09-21-2010, 04:56 PM   #13
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Wasn't that where he had to take the driver front wheel off to get to it?
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Old 09-21-2010, 05:35 PM   #14
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He had the front wheel off to change diff fluid.

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Ahh, ok... I just remember watching, lol.
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Old 09-22-2010, 03:12 PM   #16
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Yes but it is running constantly again. And the reservoir is filling up with metal pieces. I would need to bleed the system if I got a new ALB motor and hoses but decided against putting any money into it. I couldn't find the parts at the junkyard and I have never had to lock up the brakes before so I am going to just leave the system as it is. I pulled the relay already.

And yes I changed the tranny fluid and I'm as happy as ever with the results. The Honda MTF is the way to go.
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Old 09-22-2010, 04:25 PM   #17
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Most maintenance items on our cars affect only our car. A faulty brake system affects other drivers on the road. I think we owe to the other drivers to have our brake systems functioning properly.

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FYI The 90-91 Accord SE has the same ALB1 (3 channel) ABS system as our G1s, and uses all the same parts as our system, (92-93 is Honda ALB2, which is a 4 channel system and has different components) but setup differently, on the passenger side of the engine bay. The motors are identical, I found one yesterday and installed it on my Legend last night. HOWEVER! It had failed. The same bearing that seized on my pump, had exploded on this pump, causing the balls to get caught in the gears, and chew up the teeth. I was able to unsieze the bearing in my motor, and installed the electric motor to my pump, which I filled with some grease, and installed on my car. I didn't have the bleeder tool* so I just went out on a back road and did several 'panic' stops to cycle the ALB system The reservoir filled up with bubbles, and the more I used the system, the better it felt. It seems to have done the trick, but I don't know for sure.


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So all components will work from a 90-91 accord? And the motor will also work from a 92-93? The junkyards had many old Accords. I know they have to have one with an ALB system.

My motor isn't seized like yours was, it is just shredding itself to pieces. I can post pics of the metal that has collected in my reservoir.

Thanks for letting me know about this Dawson.
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So all components will work from a 90-91 accord? And the motor will also work from a 92-93? The junkyards had many old Accords. I know they have to have one with an ALB system.

My motor isn't seized like yours was, it is just shredding itself to pieces. I can post pics of the metal that has collected in my reservoir.

Thanks for letting me know about this Dawson.
Bumping an old thread to answer an important question

No after much debate it was determined the 9293 accords are different then the 9091 accords for ABS

They might look similar but they are completly different.

The only system that would work on a g1 legend would be the 1991 accord SE. No other 90-91 accords had ABS unless you lived in canada and got an uber rare ALB model which i've only seen one of EVER on the internet.
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