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These brakes are shafting me and it's driving me crazy!

Got my 2004 Blazer Xtreme with the knowledge of the brakes beginning to stick, no big deal, it's brakes

Changed all calipers, hoses (except carrier hose) pads, rotors seemed okay so left them for now.

Trying to bleed the system and getting no fluid out of the drivers rear and it's driving me crazy!

Tried bleeding with car off, with car on

(yes I'm aware I need a snap on tool for the abs bleed)

Can someone please help me 馃槀馃槄

Thanks for reading, all help appreciated!
 

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Sounds like there's an obstruction in the line. Not sure what you mean by carrier hose.
 

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replace bleeders- they are cheap.Now, with someone you trust to squash the pedal, open one at a time and bleed. If no fluid, you got bigger problems.
 

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If you are getting fluid out of the line when you disconnect it (or better yet loosen it), when pressing the pedal, take the caliper back and get a good one. On the rear I quit buying those crappy rebuilts and now use Raybestos new ones. Too many issues with assembly line rebuilt ones.
 

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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
sad part was it was an ac delco from rock auto, im hoping replacing the caliper will solve all of this since the hose is fine as well
 
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