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Flushing the brakes? How do I activate the ABS module?

I've never had a bike with ABS, my brake fluid is turning color and I want to flush it out, but in order to get a complete flush you have to flush the system as normal, then the the ABS module needs to be activated to flush out the old fluid from it, and then you flush the system again. Anyone know how to activate the ABS module without going for a ride and trying locking both brakes up?

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I've never had a bike with ABS, my brake fluid is turning color and I want to flush it out, but in order to get a complete flush you have to flush the system as normal, then the the ABS module needs to be activated to flush out the old fluid from it, and then you flush the system again. Anyone know how to activate the ABS module without going for a ride and trying locking both brakes up?
You ever figure this out?
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I asked my dealer how this was done before doing my own brake fluid.I also have never had ABS brakes before.They said there was no procedure for it, they just suck through the new fluid and thatīs it. They said there is no need to activate the ABS.
I did mine based on that and both back and front are fine.
I rummaged a bit on the web before hand and could find nothing special about it for scramblers.
But Iīm happy to learn if anyone knowīs different.
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