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Evening all. I bled the brakes on my 08 Redline. It wasn't complicated, and I used the Mike Martin video to find the rear bleeder valves.

End result:
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Not too bad. Got a good amount of air out, and it was fun seeing the clear fluid turn dark.

Bleeder valve locations (clockwise: driver front, passenger front, passenger rear, driver rear).
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Thanks for the reminder. I really need to do this on my car. I flushed them once already at ~5yrs old with ATE Blue. Now it's 6 years after that, so it's time. This time I'm using ATE gold (so it's easy to see the color change).
 

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Thanks for the reminder. I really need to do this on my car. I flushed them once already at ~5yrs old with ATE Blue. Now it's 6 years after that, so it's time. This time I'm using ATE gold (so it's easy to see the color change).
My understanding is you should flush it every 3-4 years. You are DEFINITELY overdue.
 
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