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How do i bleed the brakes on my 1984 Silver Spur. on back struts

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There shouldn't be any special procedures to accomplish this. There is however a special brake fluid. If you have used ANYTHING else, the system is now contaminated. This is very very bad. The system uses Castrol R363 mineral oil ONLY! If you need anything else, please feel to contact me.

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  • robertdbob60 Oct 05, 2010

    how about a 1988 corniche 11 do we bleed the brakes the same ?

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