Question about 1972 Chevrolet Corvette
Check to make sure your bleeder valve isn't plugged. Just remove it completely and clean it with brake cleaner. Re-install and try it again. Cleck for any fluid leaks from flex hoses. You can crack open the lines at the master cylinder just to confirm that it's working as well. Use the same method of bleeding the calipers. Have an assistant when if you do it that way. After confirming that your master cylinder is working. Inspect the line going to the caliper in question.
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