Just an FYI. I was about to change out my brake fluids until I got a recall notice in the mail. They replace the seals for the VSA module and lines, so your fluid gets flushed out entirely.
Apparantly my posts have become lost to the point of irrelevence in the morass that this thread has become.
The VSA module "seals" are NOT
replaced. Plastic caps are sealed over existing plugs on the sides of the module to prevent further
air intrusion at the existing plugs.
The brake fluid does NOT
get "flushed out entirely". The brakes are bled until "no bubbles are present". The bulletin suggests
that this may entail 3 pump/hold/bleed procedures at each front caliper, and up to five procedures at each rear caliper. Each vehicle will have one
bottle of Honda DOT 3 brake fluid charged out for the bulletin repair. No
vehicle will have the entire bottle of fluid being used during the procedure.
Perhaps a different / separate (and locked) thread within this "recall" forum with only pertinant information for this recall should be created, and this thread, with all it's conjecture and heated rhetoric can be placed in a more appropriate location.