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You don't have to as long as air isn't introduced into the system. It's always a good idea to bleed the whole system on a regular basis anyway. (Brake fluid is very hygroscopic and like anything else breaks down and collects contaminants.) I'd probably just go ahead and do a complete flush while I was at it.
 

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considering how long that Z has been sitting I would take the extra time to fully bleed and flush out all the old crap 30 mins of work and you know you have fresh fluid in the lines- just peace of mind for me.
 

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considering how long that Z has been sitting I would take the extra time to fully bleed and flush out all the old crap 30 mins of work and you know you have fresh fluid in the lines- just peace of mind for me.
No doubt, but this question was not referrign to the Z.. ;)
 
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