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Air Bleeding

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Old 08-25-2009, 11:57 PM
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Hello Everybody!

I read the previous discussions about this subject. i just couldn't find an answer so i opened a new one.
i wrote about my recent brakes problem - now that i replaced most of the system and refurbished the rest - I'm trying to bleed out the air in the system.
i need some help because i think I'm doing it all wrong.
it will be very helpful if you could describe my the proper process i need to follow.

Thanks in advance, Yarin.
 
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Old 09-04-2009, 09:00 AM
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if you can't get your hands on a pressure bleeder you do need 2 people ofcourse but you need to start at the right (passenger) rear, then left rear, right front, left front. if you changed the master cylinder make sure you bleed there first
 
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