Originally Posted by Beater
well, the actual rule of thumb is to always start at the highest point first in any system, so the lines that have the funky coil off the master, regardless of position are the ones to get first, then the lspv.
Wonder about this, like a slug of air got (or is getting) into the master, which settles in the next highest spot at the LSPV. This might explain why Toyota says to do the LSPV last, air that does not burp out of the master would accumulate there.
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