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Bleeding brakes on 2005 ford five hundred what order are they bled in and is the abs system hard to get the air out of

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The order is always the tire that is further most away from master cylinder is the first that means R/R is the first the second should be R/L then F/R then F/L. all data dont say that if we need to do anything special on that car

Posted on Dec 02, 2012

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You start ar right rear,ten left,right front,then left front

Same as the last 60 years,nothing special

Also no issue with abs

I do my 2004 Lincoln LS as I have all vehicles
for 49 years,& your 500 is not as Hi-Tech

Nothing to do with air

You only have fluid when you start & end

Only you can let air in

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