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Well I changed the brake pads all around! On the left rear, i disconnected the brake line(for reason I wont go into) and when I reconnected the line I tried to bleed out the air! Well we pumped and pumped, finally got some air out! The problem is we thought we had all the air out but I guess we didnt because the pedal was still spongy. After dealing with this problem I was told to bleed the closest caliper to the master cylinder first and work away to the farthest! Is this true? I always heard to start with the farthest from the MC and work your way in? Can someone please help me with this? Thanks
 

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Pressure bleed !! Blow the old oil almost out of bottle, fill with fresh clean and do a wheel till fresh clear oil seen --. STOP, refill, do next wheel, refill, and so forht.... then the flapping pressure from pumping pedal wont make mess of situation.

Pressure bleeding, I do LF, RF, RR, LR....
 
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