Did you bench bleed the Master Cylinder before trying to bleed the wheel positions?
yesDid you bench bleed the Master Cylinder before trying to bleed the wheel positions?
and I will try that hopefully tomorrow and see how it looks, thanks for the advice. i will post up my resultsFrom the way you mentioned it, "...but when the brakes are pumped I have noticed that the fluid dont jet out, it just comes out slow and steady out the end of the bleed valve," it may be possible that the safety valve in the combination valve may has tripped. Disconnect the warning light wire from the combo valve and take the nylon/plastic fitting out of the center. You should see a dip in the center of the internal valve mechanism if the valve did not trip. If it did trip, the dip will be to the front or rear of the valve. If it tripped, use a thin screw driver to recenter the valve. When I redid my system I had a problem with tripping the valve. I bought the handy tool that you see in the pics (with the directions). Also, I made a tool to hold the button in on the combo valve as that is recommended when bleeding the system. The button relieves the pressure that holds off the disk brakes momentarily so that the rear drum brakes have time to start to work; this enables the disk/drum systems to operate properly together. Again, this may be a possibility.