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#7: 08-06-2012, 06:30 AM
 
 Peaty
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I do mine every spring, it's not hard. Just remember Subaru's are a diagonal system and the order is not what you would normally think. I also like to get speed bleeders on my cars to make it easier. If you don't want to get those, you don't need a fancy power bleeder one of these work well:

Amazon.com: One Person Brake Bleeder Kit with Magnetic Pad to Hold Collection Bottle: Home Improvement Amazon.com: One Person Brake Bleeder Kit with Magnetic Pad to Hold Collection Bottle: Home Improvement

and you can get something similar at any local automotive store. We have some details here:

http://www.scoobymods.com/showthread...182.html?t=182

In the end I usually have one of my kids or wife help push the brake pedal. I don't mind the old fashion way.
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