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Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
Ah! My old "Boy's book of Motor Mechanics" says bleed the caliper that is furthest away from the master cylinder first. This would make the bleed order:
While you're there, also bleed the clutch as it probably hasn't been done for a million years too.
Blead each caliper until clean fluid comes out, so you know that all the bubbles and old crap has been pushed out.
Bleed the rear calipers with the handbrake off and the cables "slack" (adjuster is under the handbrake lever)
Check the brake balance valve is correctly set and the spring not set (though not crucial to the bleeding itself).
While you're in there, remove the sliding bolts from the front caliper, clean the gloop off them (sand them down a bit) then grease and re-fit. It'll make everything more keen to move when you puch the pedal.
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