Does the car have ABS? Can you tell me how you bled the brakes?
I will attach instructions on how to bleed the base brakes. They need to be done in a specific order. Follow these instructions and it willget any air out you have. If you still need help just reply, if not click ACCEPT when we are done.
CAUTION: Before removing the master cylinder cap, wipe it clean to prevent dirt and other foreign matter from dropping into the master cylinder reservoir.
CAUTION: Use only Mopar® brake fluid or an equivalent from a fresh, tightly sealed container. Brake fluid must conform to DOT 3 specifications.
Do not pump the brake pedal at any time while a bleeder screw is open. This will only increase the amount of air in the system and make additional bleeding necessary.
Do not allow the master cylinder reservoir to run out of brake fluid while bleeding the system. An empty reservoir will allow additional air into the brake system. Check the fluid level frequently and add fluid as needed.
The following wheel circuit sequence for bleeding the brake hydraulic system should be used to ensure adequate removal of all trapped air from the hydraulic system.
NOTE: To bleed the brakes manually, the aid of a helper will be required.