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diagonal split system start with right rear then left front then left rear to right front also bleeder screws will be seized and will shear off better off breaking brake hose bolts lose to bleed instead
first of all I would check the back brakes, the brakes and brake springs may need changed. the rear brakes are stickig and not retracting like they should. there could be a lot of brake dust on rear brakes, check rear brakes.
your probably right check for your control arm bushing and check for your caliper to make sure is working properly and also for a proper disk brake not glossy and blue (overheating) sign of your caliper is not working properly and sometime a bad balljoint can do some :(back and forth movement to).....lipak!!......
on the caliper there should be 2 bolts holding it on. loosen one and pull the other out. lift the caliper up or down remove pads open the master cylinder so that you can compres the piston on the caliper. if you dont open the master sylinder cap it will be very tough. replace pads. tighten bolts nice and snug. then with car off pump brakes till tough. make sure you fill the master sylinder up that way no air gets in to it. if you do you gonna have to bleed the brakes. if that happens start at the passenger side rear then driver side rear then passenger front then driver front. please lemme know if you need help or if i helpd at all