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Brakes where do i start when i'm bleeding the brakes on me 1999 lanos?

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Rears first then fronts ,just undo nipples and let it drip on its own when no more air bubbles close the nipple ,and dont re-use the old fluid it has absorbed water from air because its hydroscopic

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