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I need to bleed my brakes but I'm not sure how it's done - could you please explain it to me? It's a 2000 Celica VVTL-I

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As brakes are life/death,i am going to suggest you ask someone to SHOW you how (buddy up)then when you are confident you can do all the families cars.
I COULD GIVE YOU STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS BUT ITS NOT THE will need another person to help anyway...

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