This is the procedure I used last time, from ALLDATAdiy:
I've also been looking at some tools to do a "power" bleed, not sure if it's worth it. Harbor Freight sells this one that hooks up to your air compressor:- The brake pedal must be depressed throughout the operation. This is so that the brake system is not drained of brake fluid.
1. Switch off the ignition.
2. Clean around the brake fluid reservoir filler cap.
3. Take out the container.
4. Remove the filler cap.
5. Fill the brake fluid reservoir completely.
6. Raise the car
7. Bleed the brake caliper on each wheel in the following order: left front, right front, left rear, right rear
8. Bleed using the following procedure:
a. Remove the protective cap from the bleed nipple. Connect the hose from the collection bottle.
b. Depress the brake pedal a few times. Maintain pressure.
c. Open the bleed nipple.
d. Depress the pedal fully. Keep it fully depressed for approximately 5 seconds. Release it again. Repeat this 3-5 times until there are no air bubbles in the fluid coming out of the hose.
e. Tighten the bleed nipple.
f. Remove the hose from the bleed nipple. Install the protective cap.
https://www.harborfreight.com/brake-flu ... 92924.html
That one seems unique where the other ones I've seen apply the pressure from the master cylinder end.