Re: Rear brakes won't bleed
When ever I see this issue it requires that the rear of the master needs to be bench bled again, making sure to get all the air out and that's it's pumping plenty of fluid as you depress the plunger.
Plug the holes once you are done then install the master onto to the car and use a brake man to push the pedal as you bleed the brakes as gravity feed usually does not work.
It's best to loosen the bleeder screw as the brakes are being depressed and tighten as the pedal is released. Use a clear hose going from the bleeder into a jar of brake fluid so you can visually see the last of the bubbles coming out.
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