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Bleeding brakes on my 98 2wd

Just replaced the front calipers and pads, and I can't seem to bleed them correctly. Any tips, is there something stupid I'm doing wrong? I haven't touched the rear brakes at all, so I didn't start back there. I just bled the front right and then the front left. The pedal still has no pressure. Thanks guys.
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Just because you didn't touch the rears does not mean you don't have to bleed them. You need to start with the passenger side rear and then start working your way around the truck.
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Thought so. Thanks, I'll go try em.
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did this work i have that problem
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Yup.
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