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Hi Amanda,are you talking about the brake bleeder screw,here's a link to your brake caliber,as you can see,the bleeder screw is on front,and your back brakes are brake shoes and on the inside,you will see the bleeder screw at top.its the wheel cylinder.Here's the rear wheel cylinder,all you will see is the bleeder screw coming through at the top plate,will have to crawl under and look at the top part,you can get a bleeder kit at autozone,here's what it says about bleeding your car.

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