Question about 2002 Ford SVT Focus
The bleeder for the brake lines is a small bolt on the caliper which is on each rotor and to access it you mush take off each wheel, generally one person can not do this since it requires one person to pump and hold the brake pedal while the other looses the bolt to release the air/fluid but they do sell kits at auto parts stores that will help you bleed it by yourself, though I would try getting a friend or neighbor to help you. I believe you have a bigger problem though since you shouldn't be loosing brake fluid, so this indicates a leak in the brake system which should be fixed immediately.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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