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Park the car on a hill facing which direction? To bleed the master that is. Thanks

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The car should be on level ground, make sure you bench bleed the master cyl. before installing it. or you might be working harder than you really want.
Are you bleeding each wheel or just at the master cyl. brake line fittings ?

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