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Old 05-10-2012, 06:00 PM
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C3 77 corvette.they say there is a bleeder on the inside of rear caliper.and I noticed 2 on the outside. One on left and one one the right.I'm confussed.they say open inside first.anybody have any tricks other than the gravity way.thanks Richard

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Gravity works pretty good, almost fool proof .
2 people bleedingcan mess up quick if someone isnt paying attention.
Open the bleeder on the side closest to the hose first,the the farthest side last.
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Gravity works pretty good, almost fool proof .
2 people bleedingcan mess up quick if someone isnt paying attention.
Open the bleeder on the side closest to the hose first,the the farthest side last.
All at once or one at a time.and I found the inside bleeder.thanks
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