I'm dyslexic...to a certain extent at least....either way I bled them RR-LF-LR-RF...only had air in one of the calipers on an outer bleeder....I really only did it to swap fluid...old stuff was black as hell....either way I just used my power bleeder....but eh, it stops fine, and there wasn't really any air in the lines....do I need to redo it or am I fine???
11-13-07, 01:23 PM
I don't think it matters in what order calipers are bled as long as all four are bled properly.
11-13-07, 02:38 PM
They'll still work, it's just that bleeding in the correct order will minimize the amount of air in the lines.
ok, not a problem for me then.....thanks for the reassurance guys.
What is the correct order?
I just got new Hawk pads and Super Blue fluid today.
I was planning to do furthest from the master cylinder to closest IE: RR, LR, RF, LF
^^ From what I read it's RR-RF-LR-LF
but I would agree more with your bleed order....so I dunno...everyone seems to agree on RR-RF-LR-LF....like I said, mine is stopping just fine....especially with some clean fluid in there.