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Can't seem to bleed brakes

'85 isuzu pup. changed pads on front and shoes on back. Now when I bleed the front passenger side brake all I get is like a real foamy fluid out of it. the rest of the brakes bleed out fine but there is still no brake pedal.

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As long as it is foamy it indicates you have air trapped inside that one caliper make sure that the bleeder valve is closing all the way chances are you are sucking air back into the caliper through the bleeder or you have a leaking brake hose or even the caliper ccould be leaking, basicaly look for fluid leaks

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