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Brakes need to be bled

In what order do i bleed the brakes on my 91 mr2

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I have a mr2 year is 92 iand my rear caliber is not working so i got caliber from a 90 modle are they boht the same size can any1 tell me please

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Its a two person job you need to have one person pump the brakes sevral times and hold pedal to the floor then the other person needs to loosen the brake bleeder besure not to release the pedal or it will **** air..... after this tighten the bleeder MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT TAKE YOUR FOOT OFF THE PEDAL UNTIL YOU TIGHTEN THE BLEEDER ON THE CALIPERS do this three or four times per wheel make sure that you have plenty of fluid in it

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Bleed from the passenger rear then driver rear then passenger front then driver front.

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Back to front.....rear passenger first then rear driver's....then pass front and then driver's last.

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If the master cylinder is replaced, care must be taken to prime the new master cylinder by removing all of the air and completely filling it with brake fluid. The spongy feeling is air that is still in the circuits. You will need to bleed the back brakes as well as the front ones again. The order that you bled them seems correct, but perhaps there remained some air in the main trunk lines.

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