I have got a 2015 Hellcat that was seized by our police force from a chop shop. The brakes (amoung other easily removed parts) were removed. I have bought replacement brakes, and need some guidance on bleeding the system on the Hellcat
TIA for your help
Don't know about the Hellcat but I have the service manual for another brand of car and in the case of a replacement of the ABS pump is done the brakes are bleed as usual.
A pressure bleeder means you can do the job without a helper. Just don't dial in too much pressure. With another car the pressure limit was 21psi but I stayed down around 15psi.
You just go around the vehicle starting with the caliper furthest away from the master cylinder, just like the usual
After you finish bleeding the brake system lines and calipers then you bleed the ABS unit. You'll need an OBD2 scan tool that can activate the pump to cycle fluid through the pump. As when bleeding the calipers you need to keep a close eye on the fluid level in the brake fluid reservoir to avoid it running low on fluid. If it does you have to bleed the brake system again.
At least the above is for one car I owned. I believe it would apply to the Hellcat but I can't say that with 100% certainty. If you can't get your hands on the Hellcat service manual with the procedure spelled out then you need to find a place that knows how to bleed the brakes and knows how to bleed them with the lines and ABS pump starting out dry.