So, after rebuilding my front left (passenger) caliper, I of course let some air into the line; as evidenced by a spongy pedal. So I went to start the lovely process of bleeding my brakes. No such luck with just bleeding the front brakes, so I prepared to start from the rear, as your supposed to when I realized, where in the heck are the rear bleed screws? Can someone point out the obvious please. It is on a 91 mitsubishi minicab u42. And as a dreadfull thought, I noticed brake fluid got quite low in the reservoir, any thoughts on how low it would have to get to warrant a bench bleed of the master cylinder? So not wanting to go to the trouble of removing the dashboard... This poor little truck sat for 2 years, yet with a little love started up nicely. Reason being the seized caliper and a lack of time.