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Just saw this in the service manual when checking before a fluid swap and wanted to post for the homies. Our cars have a very odd brake bleed order — RF, LF, LR, RR.
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I've never really paid attention to brake bleeding order, as long as your getting all the fluid through, cycling the ABS, then bleeding again. I can't say I've ever had an issue on any vehicle. That said, I generally start from the rear.
 

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Great timing for this thread. about to swap to SS lines. Is the hand brake mechanical or electronic? Thanks.
 

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Many manufacturers have what would appear to an odd bleed pattern. However its usually based on proximity to the master. Follow the manufacturers pattern if you want the quickest and most efficient results. (y)
 

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I was always taught to start with the farthest wheel.....rear passenger side, then rear driver, then front passenger and finally front driver.
 
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