Question about 1984 Volvo 240 Series
I've always bled those the conventional way. Have an assistant slowly press up and down on the brake pedal and hold down while you crack open the bleeder valve at the caliper and make sure you have a nice steady stream of fluid coming out with no air. I like to do it a couple of times to make sure there is no air in lines after I get the steady stream. Make sure you don't run out of fluid in your master cylinder (I know this could be a stupid comment).
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