i voted for joseph.Always bleed the brakes in the following order: Right rear, left rear, right front and left front. The best way to actually see if you have bubbles or a steady stream of brake fluid is coming out of the bleeder screws is by going to any hardware store and buying a 3 foot length of clear vinyl hose to slip over the head of the bleeder screws. Loop the hose at least two feet above the bleeder screws and fasten with a wire.
Before you start, fill the master-cylinder reservoir completely full using Dot 3 brake fluid. Someone has to be in the drivers seat to press the brake petal to the floor and say stop so the person doing the bleeding can close the bleeder screw before the driver releases the brake petal all the way out. Repeat until the person doing the bleeding can see a steady non-bubble stream of brake fluid. Refill the master cylinder after bleeding each wheel location.
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