Asked by newsnikki42 Aug 06, 2018 at 11:23 AM about the 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what order do we bleed the brakes?which wheel 1st

3 Answers


Farthest from the master cylinder first, then the next closest and so on.

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If master is on drivers side, do rear passenger first, then rear drivers, then front passenger, then front drivers.


Newsnikki42, you'll never bleed them correctly without activating the ABS module on our platform. 2 ways to do this, have someone with a high end scanner activate the ABS module, this will bleed the module, then bleed the system as instructed below. OR, go find a gravel road and stomp on the brakes, which activates the ABS, do this several times, then go bleed as normal. Not doing this, will never get all the air out of the system, you're wasting your time bleeding without this step.

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