Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Bleeder screws are full of rust. Remove then totally and see if fluids comes out. . If it does replace them . If fluid does not come out there is a blockage in caliper ot master cylinder. Or possibley Master may have an internal leak. Try removing bleed screw first and pumping master . Remember fluid is a corrosive place a rag over bleed screw opening prior to pumping master and wear eye protection.
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