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Was the pedal going to the floor prior to the caliper replacement?
Have you done this work yourself or is a shop doing the work?
Ok, usually what I see is damage to the master cylinder from pushing the pistons in on the calipers. Not the booster, but the master cylinder. So, we need to know a couple things here. First, that the master cylinder was bench bled. Second, that the bleeder screws on the calipers are at the top of the calipers. Can you check this and get back with me? I have to step out for about 20 minutes, then I will be right back. So please let me know.
No problem, let me know when you can, I expect to be on for at least another hour or so.
They are on the wrong side of the truck. Swap them, rebleed and it will be fine. It's a very common mistake. The air goes to the top when you bleed them, when the bleeders are on the the bottom you don't get all the air out. So, swap the calipers, bleed it and you will be done.
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