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It didn't change. I've got the abs control module out of it right now, I don't know if that would make any difference. I also read on the internet last night that there is a procedure to bleed the brakes and i did it in the wrong order.
I started at the ABS hydraulic unit and went to the rear and then the front. The procedure said RR then LR and then the ABS unit. Next you do the RF and then the LF, but when I break the bleeders I have good flow with no bubbles or air so I didn't see where it would make any difference how you bleed it.
That was my next step. All I can figure is there is still air in the lines, so even with the ABS control unit unplugged I should still have good brakes just no ABS right?
I'll try the procedure you gave me and will let you know what happens.
Do I need the truck running while i do the procedure or does it matter?