Process for DIY Brake Fluid Bleeding / Replacement

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Recently did a brake fluid change on my i3, and would assume the process is very similar if not identical for the e-Golf. Any done a detailed write-up or just want to share any tips n' tricks to it?

I already have a Motive Power bleeding tank which fits perfectly, and the DOT4 brake fluid is easy to get anywhere (Quart of Prestone Max for $15). Basic tools to get the wheels off an open the valve should be all else that's required, right?
 
Well this is still a work in progress but I think I got the major points. I have to lookup torque specs for the brakes, and made the assumption the drain order for the fluid is driver front first to passenger rear same as the R

https://johnnylingo.wordpress.com/2023/11/11/diy-brake-maintenance-for-volkswagen-e-golf/
 

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