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On a 1996 custom astro van how do you bleed breaks

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Make sure all bleeders are broke loose then retighten start from the passenger rear wheel have somone pump the brake pedal then hold break the bleeder loose. do this until fluid is clear. then move to driver rear and do the same. then move to passenger front. then drivers front. always start from furthest wheel from the master cylinder and move your way closer. hope this helps!

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