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Start at the longest line and bleed at nipple on the cylinder/ calpier Repeat till you get to the shortest. If you have replace the m/ cyl I suggest you crack the lines at the m/cyl to allow air out of the m/ cyl to start with.

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SOURCE: What is the correct procedure in bleeding the brake system.

All brake syastems are the same whether single, cross or dual, start with filling the res. start with the cylinder furtherest away from res and work towards the nearest, so if the res in on the front left in the engine bay, start rear right, rear left, front right, and finaly front left, keep an eye on the res level at all times anmd never release pedal pressure untill the bleed nipple is tight, I use a one way bleed tube and a jar, makes it easy one man job as air can't get back in, so open, pump 3 or 5 times and tighten.

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