Since swapping in my new motor and converting to non abs I have not found anything on bleeding the master cylinder. I read about bench bleeding etc but my stuff is all installed on the car.
My one friend said I can just open up all the bleeders and let it gravity bleed. And then once I have fluid coming out of all 4 bleeders I can close them all up and proceed to do a the standerd bleeding.
Is this correct for our cars?
Doing it this way the front calipers both starting spitting bubbles and eventually just fluid but the rears aren't really doing anything.
Any advices would be great I hope I dont have to bench bleed as the master cylinder has fluid in it and was a paint to setup dont wanna get brake fluid on my newly painted engine bay.
Thanks in advance,