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Do it yourself brake and power steering fluid flushing/change

I just want a help with changing my old brake and power steering fluids with new one.will you give me some steps in do it yourself?thanks.

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As you are bleeding the brakes, start w/the furthest line (right rear), have someone add fluid at the same time. Do right rear, left rear, right front, left front until the fluid runs clear. Power steering, disconnect the low pressure hose to drain the canister. Refill with fluid. Repeat procedure, until fluid is clean.

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