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How to Flush Brake Fluid with a Pressure Bleeder

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Hey All! Bleeding my brakes was one of the items I tackled for the 120k mile service on my car. Using a pressure bleeder made it fast and painless. In fact the most tedious part of the job was getting the wheels off each corner as I worked. 

Of course I created a video detailing the process:

 

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