Thanks John, just the tall ones, makes sense.
If the two short inboard bleeds are for the cross over internal ports, presumably used for residual braking or to activate the interlinked function, fluid volume there would be minimal.
That just leaves the two short bleeds next to each tall bleed.
What is their function ?
Are they just to bleed out air if introduced accidentally ?
If this is the case in what sequence ?
Logically any air bubbles would rise to the highest point, ie the taller bleeds, but that sounds too simple.
" There was a bulletin that changed that. I never got much contaminated fluid out of the other ports so I agree with the change. "
Any chance to a link / copy to that bulletin ? My service was done in Jan 2009, so the dealer was either unaware of the change or it came out later.
Sorry for all the questions, guess inquiring minds just need to know.
I'll look into obtaining some Tygon tubing, thanks again for the tip.