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Old 10-19-2011, 12:26 AM
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start with the brake cylinder furthest from the master cylinder, usually right rear wheel
keep the master cylinder full as you you do it
at this time don't worry about air bubbles

then go to next furthest brake cylinder, usually left rear wheel cylinder, again don't worry about air bubbles

next wheel is usually the right front cylinder, again don't worry about air bubbles

the last one is the drivers front wheel, again don't worry about air bubbles

now you have all clear fluid

then do the regular brake air bleed, using the same pattern

brake fluid is cheap
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