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Bleeding brake line sequence


Well I'm just about done now with my break line and cylinder change with all of your kind help

And now I'm at the stage where I'm going to bleed the breaks.

I'm familiar with the technique (youtube) but I'm not sure how important it is on the sequence. 

Does anyone know witch side to start at?

I have a 62 acadian beaumont with a 250 if that makes a difference. 

Thanks for your help.



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Right rear, then left rear, then right front, then left front.

Always farthest from the cylinder first. If you are doing just fronts, right side first. (unless you are in Australia maybe!)

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Thanks Carl, I appreciate it.

 



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If you have a dual master cylinder, you must bench bleed the cylinder before you install it.



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