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Having trouble bleeding brake lines for 2005 chevy trailblazer replaced pads and rotors along with passenger side caliper have been getting air in the lines for three hours

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Hi. First you need to gravity bleed the left caliper or wheel cylinder, if you replaced a large section of line it will take longer to bleed. If you ran it low on brake fluid until the brake pedal was on the floor, then you may have damaged the master cylinder, and will need to replace it in order to bleed the brakes.

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