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Break bleeding i have a 04 dodge ram pickup i had to replace the breaks and the passenger side caliper. i bled the brakes but my pedel still goes to flor, i have ran about a qourt and a half through the lines but still the same result the pedel still goes to the flor. whats wrong with it, and is there any special way to bleed the brakes

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Try bleeding the brakes as a system. start by making sure the master cylinder is full. then have a Friend step on the brakes and release 3-5 times. the last one they should hold as you break lose the bleeder on the passenger side rear, then do the driver side rear ,(check fluid) next passenger front and then the driver side front do each wheel until you don't see any or hear any air, thats the way i have always bleed brake systems. hope this helps

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You'll need the bleed both front brakes. There on the same hydraulic line and air can get into that side too.

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You have to start at the passenger side rear then go to the drivers side rear then to the passenger side front and then the drivers side front

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