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May I ask why you didn't try bleeding a 4 wheels?
Which wheels were you able to bleed?
What method did you use to bleed, foot on brake (manual), a vacuum pump, gravity or pressure bleeder?
Also in what sequence or order did you attempt to bleed at the wheels?
Just so I can look in the repair manual if need be, what engine came in this?
Never mind about which wheels I see "cannot get any pressure at the wheels".
From what I am reading, "The hydraulic brake system is diagonally split with the LH front and RH rear brakes on one circuit and the RH front and LH rear brakes on the other circuit."
So I find it odd that you cannot get any fluid out of the rear.
Again, in what sequence or order did you bleed?
Ok, that is the sequence in the manual.
Is this a hybrid?
Ok, just asking cause I see the hybrid was different.
I would start again at the master cylinder, bleed the line to whichever is for the LR and RF, if you don't know which one it is, let me know, I am sure there is some way to find out. Then if you get a good squirt while bleeding it, follow that brake line to wherever it goes on the next item which I assume is the HCU and crack that line loose there and see what you get going in and coming out. Then continue to follow the line until you suddenly get no pressure or squirt and let me know where that is.