Caution Do Not allow reservoir to run dry during brake bleeding procedure Use only clean brake fluid Ensure no dirt or other foreign matter contaminates brake fluid Do Not mix different types of brake fluid as they may not be compatible Do Not spill brake

1. If master cylinder is rebuilt or reservoir is empty, bleed master cylinder first. Bleed wheels in sequence. Start on wheel with longest hydraulic line, and work toward wheel with shortest hydraulic line.

2. Raise and support vehicle. Ensure brake fluid reservoir is at least half full during bleeding procedure. Connect one end of transparent vinyl tube to bleeder screw. Submerge other end of tube in a container half filled with clean brake fluid.

3. Have an assistant depress brake pedal several times and hold in depressed position. Loosen bleeder screw, and drain fluid into container. Tighten bleeder screw.

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