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Are you sure you bled all the air out of the cooling system? This is the symptom of trapped air. There should be little bleeder valves on the engine near the thermostat, they kind of look like front end grease fittings. Open them up while filling and have the front of the vehicle raised to help the air escape.
Possible that the system was not bled properly, Once the brakes are serviced specially the hydraulics system,then it is important to see if there any AIR lock within the fluid system . The air has to be bled off till the pedal locks firmly. Also the brake pads must be set to close in with the same gap in all the four wheels.
This will give the best performance on your brakes.
Start from the master cylinder and check if the housing is bad or worn out, specially the buckets. Then check all the wheel cylinders, the buckets before the system is charged and bled out.
Once the air in the sytem is fully off , the pressure must come on. If not make sure that the wheel cylinder travel is closer by adjustment .
You must get the pressure once there is no gap in any of the cylinders and the system is free from air lock.
Credit me if this solves.
some times you can buy faulty thermostats outa the box,but first check to make sure you bled all the air out of the cooling system .you may have air pockets wich will not let the themostat operate properly.hope this helped.