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Hi. Have you gone back to trying traditional bleeding of pumping the pedal, and holding it while someone opens one bleeder at a time?
any thing does not work at all. i have tried every thing, i found on line it has to done by scanner. I do have the scanner, the fluid does not travel from reserver to the caliper, i have small repair shop. this first time ever seen in my live, i have i tried the air bleeding by scanner, when connect the scanner the abs pump does turn on and it shoes me what to do fL and RR then bleed and FR and RL to bleed I followed that but still fluid does not reach to caliper, the car came in to shop just fine it needed new front pads and calipers.
Does the pedal go to the floor?
yes, there is no fluid in new caliper in the front. the reserver is full,
Sounds like the master cylinder is not building pressure. The only way to be sure, without just replacing it to see, is to block off both lines on the master and see if the pedal is then firm.
customer drove in with good panel,
I understand, but it is not good now.
Did you put calipers on correctly with bleeders on top?
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