1. Place open ended wrench over brake bleeder screw.
2. Place tubing over brake bleeder screw and place the other end into a container with a little brake fluid in it.
3. Have your assistant press the brake pedal until it becomes hard. Keep pressure on the brake pedal.
4. Submerge the tube in brake fluid and loosen the brake bleeder screw and let the air/fluid out.
5. Your assistant should keep pressure on the brake pedal as it goes to the floor.
6. As the fluid flow slows, tighten the bleeder screw.
7. Have your assistant pump the brakes again until hard.
8. Continue bleeding the system until no air bubbles are seen in the brake fluid.
9. Pay attention to the brake reservoir. Top off periodically during the bleeding process to prevent the reservoir from running dry.
10. Remove plastic tubing and open ended wrench.
11. Move to the next brake caliber.
12. When finished, dispose the remaining brake fluid.
Put the wheels back on the car, lower the car and torque the lug nuts.
The Installation is Complete. Enjoy.
Installation Instructions written by AmericanMuscle customer Richard Klimas 8.04.2014