In order to bleed your breaks, you will need the following: break fluid, a 10 mm socket wrench, and a wrench. First, find the brake reservoir and open it, removing the cap. Add fresh break fluid to the reservoir. You may need 2-3 containers of break fluid. You will need to have someone sit in your car to depress the break. You will need to alternate releasing the bolt and pressing the break. Remove the bleeder cap. You will need to add fluid as need. You will need to make sure that there is no air in the line. Replace the cap.
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