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    Bleeding sequence - Brakes.

    im replacing my calipers, carriers, discs and pads at the weekend but dont have access to my manual. whats the bleeding sequence if anyone knows?

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    rear left, rear right, front left, front right

    Always start with caliper furthest away from the mastercylinder

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    Thanks mate much appreciated

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    make sure you don't let the abs unit run dry just keep toping the resevoir up and not let it run dry as not sure on the vaux but on vw's it is a right pain if this happens as you need vag-com to bleed the pump out
    on a back road somwhere playing

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    yeah i bought some dot 4 for the job thanks guys

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