Question about 2007 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
There are two ways. Have someone pump them til they get real hard and have them hold it., than crack on the bleeder screw for 3 seconds and lets some fluid and air drain out. Then tighten the screw, have them pump again. Do this 2-3 times on each wheel. Or you can use a power bleeder which will just **** any air out of the lines. Remember to keep an eye on the fluid in the reservoir. Don't it go empty while bleeding the brakes.
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