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1997 s10 2wd

I have replaced the calipers, brakes, rotors, and wheel sensors. Bled the brakes and went for a test drive. Pulled hard to the left. Attempted to bleed again. No brake fluid is getting to the caliper. Hard lines flushed.
 

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You should list everything you've done so that we're not beating a dead horse. Collapsed hose...
 

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You should list everything you've done so that we're not beating a dead horse. Collapsed hose...
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changed
front rotors
brake pads
calipers
ABS wheel sensors w/shield

bled brakes
All bleeder valves had brake fluid with no bubbles

Test drive
When braking, truck pulls hard to the left.

Bled brakes
Discovered during bleeding no fluid at caliper on right side.

Flushed all hard lines with brake cleaner. Ran air through all lines.

Bled brakes again. Again no fluid at right caliper. Flushed hard line going to right caliper again. Ran compressed air through line.

At the ABS pump, there is no fluid coming out of the port that the hard line connects to.

The hoses being collapsed would not even matter because the fluid does not get to the brake hoses.
 

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At the ABS pump, there is no fluid coming out of the port that the hard line connects to.
Did you check to see if fluid comes out of the left line at the ABS pump? 97's had a oddball ABS pump, but that shouldn't make a difference. When the pump isn't activated it just sits there and watches the fluid come and go. When it is active it stops the flow momentarily. I suppose it could be stuck. Good luck finding someone to repair or replace it. About all you can do is find a used one in a junkyard.
 
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