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Are you just opening the bleeder and letting it run out? If so have someone pump the brakes and hold the pedal while you open and close the bleeder don't let off the brake pedal until bleeder is closed . Repeat this process until only fluid comes out . You probably have to bleed both sides . Keep an eye on the fluid so the resivor doesn't run out then you'll have start all over.
labor rates and pricing vary greatly town to town state to state. You best option would be to call around your local area to see what the going rate is for a standard rear brake service and a couple of rotors.
Typically the rear caliper slides freeze and the calipers need to be replaced.
You can expect from $200 to $800 dollars depending on what you actually need.
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I also have this problem on my 2000 Bravada - replaced all rotors and back calipers, brand new brake pads, new system and my rear caliper STILL chewed up a brand new brake pad in one week down to the metal. Checking for an emergency brake issue at this point - if anyone has any suggestions about how to unhook the E Brake, please share!
Try making tight turns to the right and then to the left. see if the grinding noise comes and goes. It could be your C/V joint and they need to be replaced. The noise will only come when your making the tight turns, you don't have to go fast. Walking speed will do and you can hear it with the window open or someone walking beside the Bravada. Good luck and keep me posted. Be glad to help.