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Need to change brake fluid

Need to change the brake fluid on my renault clio 1999. how do i do it??

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Open the bleeder on the right rear wheel and depress the brake pedal numerous times until all fluid is drained. Refill the master cylinder and then start the bleeding process. Bleed right rear, left rear, right front, and finally the left front. Be sure to keep an eye on the fluid level in the master cylinder as you dont want it to drain too far down.

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