One person bleeding method - without needing speed bleeder valves
A friend of mine who is a ASE Master tech for Toyota showed me this simple way to bleed brakes on your own.
Like above - make sure you are topped off with fluid, and cap is replaced, and start at the wheel furthest from the master cylinder, working your way to the closest.
You will need a small bottle or Jar, and a length of vacuum hose that fits snug on the bleeder nipple, and is long enough to reach to the bottom of your jar.
pour some break fluid into the jar... 1/4 inch is probably fine.. you only need enough to make sure the end of the vacuum hose stays submerged.
crack the bleeder nipple loose, usually 1/4-1/3 turn is all that is needed.
Push other end of vacuum hose over nipple (make sure its a snug fit, we dont want to suck any air back)
Before continuing to the next step -double check to make sure the other end of the vacuum line is still submerged in the jar, make sure the master cylinder is full of fluid and the cap is secured.
Jump in the vehicle and slowly pump the break pedal a few times - be sure to use the full range of motion every pump.
Depending on the work done to the break system will determine how much bleeding will be necessary. You can usually hear the air making bubbles in the jar... When the bubbles stop, close bleeder nipple, remove hose, go to next closest wheel, repeat.
***Be sure to check the fluid level in the master cylinder many times during this process... if you suck it dry, you go back to square 1 and start over again.
I've used this method myself a few times with great success... Only once did I run into a problem... and that was because I loosened the bleeder nipple too much, allowing it to suck air between the threads...
P.S. if your lucky enough to be using a lift, wrap some bailing wire around the bottle/jar and make a hook so you can hang it...
hope this helps
12 Pack Jeff