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Brake bleeding on a 91' ALB SE (dual reservoir)

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    Brake bleeding on a 91' ALB SE (dual reservoir)

    On brake bleeding: Is the main master cylinder/reservoir able to be bleed separately of the ABS reservoir unit? Or do they need to be bleed in conjunction? I just picked up my 91' SE and the brake fluid is definitely old and the pedal pretty soft. I fear the previous (one owner) didn't touch the brake system because of the ABS issue. I'm hoping I can bleed the main master and reservoir without touching the abs at this time.

    Additionally where is the bleed nipple on the abs master/ valve body? I've been looking around all over for it and I've yet to see anything resembling it. There is an open port on the valve body section that looks like a nipple would go there but there isn't one. (fingers crossed it wasn't snapped off)

    I apologize if this has already been answered, I'm waiting on my paper back 91' Accord Factory service manuals to come in this week from Ebay. I'll be more than happy to read a thread post for this issue if you have a link.