If you have not order Brake hoses... see rubber brake lines vs stainless steel
88 "rubber" SAE J1401 hoses are available thru RA etc as RAYBESTOS/ACDELCO "Professional Grade" hoses.
You should bench bleed MC because MC is not level after install.
See my Cave, Bleeding MC notes
Many/most MC come w/ a bleeding kit... Two rubber lines and fittings.
After bleed cap the tank
and pinch off the bleed lines to stop spilling fluid during install. Just fold the rubber and "tie off" with scrap wire, etc.
Rise the kit w/ water after done, Dry off and Save. The kit can come in handy sometime when problem happen.
All years, Drivers rear
is farthest from the master cylinder in a Fiero but
Bleed Order often does not = farthest from MC.GM
Bleed order is to give fastest time to bleed.
|4. If it is necessary to bleed all of the calipers, the following conventional sequence should be followed:|
a. right rear
b. left rear
c. right front
d. left front
Source: 88 FSM, page BRAKES 5-8
Front calipers have direct line
to combi valve and really does not matter.
Rear order get air free fluid on shortest section on line and close caliper then bleeding next short line and caliper.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
The Ogre's Fiero Cave (It's also at the top and bottom of every forum page...)