Re: Still no brakes
a few ideas come to mind..
assuming your master is good, it could initaly bench bleed but not work due to bad bore or seals. maybe a combination valve issue?
try to power or vacuum bleed the brakes. re-bleed the master and then work your way back at each connection.
I'd try a those suggestions, if you can't get anywhere I'd get a new MC and start fresh.
Im posting the following from my personal experience and for reference only. I accept no responsibility for anybody burning their car up or garage down.
as far as your stuck bleeder I usually try a little heat,but only of your really good with a torch that is.I heat the bleeder with an acytelene torch until it's medium orange and then get the heat OFF it right away! then right after the bleeder is no longer any shade of orange I work it with a good tight fitting wrench whyle it is still good and hot.it may take a couple tries ,I dont rush or muscle it too much! I have had really good success with this many times but it takes skill. I keep a spray bottle FULL of water at arms length and pay ATTENTION !
keep us posted on what you do and what you find.
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Last edited by 68zz502fi; Jun 14th, 10 at 08:53 PM.