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    2011 WRX caliper bleed order?

    Doing a 60k mile maintenance service DIY next week and I'm doing a brake fluid exchange with motul rbf600 fluid. I found a bleed order for a 2006wrx, but not sure if it's the same. Can anyone enlighten me?

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    Furthest from the master and work your way forward. Rr lr rf lf

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    Yeah I figure that, but I also read that brakes must be bled diagonally. Pass rear, driver front, driver rear, pass front. any truth to this?

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    Ive always started from the furthest never diagonal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disfsk3x14 View Post
    Furthest from the master and work your way forward. Rr lr rf lf

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    Watch out! Remember that the ABS pump is located on the passenger side, which means that the drivers rear is actually the furthest from the Master Cylinder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 386WRX View Post
    Yeah I figure that, but I also read that brakes must be bled diagonally. Pass rear, driver front, driver rear, pass front. any truth to this?
    Driver Rear, Passenger Rear, Driver Front, Passenger Front
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Driver Rear, Passenger Rear, Driver Front, Passenger Front
    Awesome, thank you very much!

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