Remember when you bleed the brake system to begin at the furthest wheel from the master cylinder (right rear wheel) and work your way closer. I give the right rear 45 seconds with the EZ Bleed, the left rear 15 seconds, and both front wheels 30 seconds each. And remember before you begin bleeding to fill the resirvoir up to the top and put the cap on. It's definitely a good idea to record the fluid change in your maintenence booklet, or if you don't have one, then make up a tag and wire tie it to the wires that come from the fluid level switches that plug into the resirvoir. MB DOT 4 Plus or Ate DOT 4 is the fluid to use.
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