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What is the bleeding sequence on my 2006 Malibu?

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Every vehicle for the last 70 years, have been bled ,RR,LR,RF,LF.

There may be some exceptions, but if you start from the farthest away from the master cylinder,you get all the air out on the first wheel. That's the goal. You also flush out most of the old fluid.
Then as you come forward,you only have a couple foot of tubing to flush for each wheel position.

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