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Brake fluid how do i flush the brake fluid in my mazda 323?

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Pressure bleed is the best..if not bleed your brakes starting from the furtherest bleeder nipple first then keep moving to the next and so on to you get to the closest.when you bleed keep going till you see clean fluid.keep topping up dont let it run out .if you are not mechaniclly minded have some one do it for you..if not done properly you will end up with no brakes at all.

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