What is the recommended brake bleeding sequence for the 2005 ML350?

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  1. Find the little nozzle called a brake bleeder screw that’s located behind each of your brakes.
  2.  loosen the screw.
  3. Have a friend pump your brake pedal a few times.
  4. After your friend has pumped the pedal a few times and is holding the pedal down, open the bleeder screw
  5. Before your friend releases the brake pedal, tighten the bleeder screw
  6. Open your master cylinder and add more brake fluid until the level reaches the “Full” line.

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