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    Christopher Dunford
    Christopher Dunford

    Need some advice. I have a 1996 Honda Accord LX. R/S front brake caliper was sticking and the rotors looked bad so I changed both sides. (Rotors, caliper, pads) Now, as I’m bleeding the brakes, there is not enough fluid pressure to the L/S caliper to move the piston. (Which is odd because the L/S was working fine and the pads were worn evenly) what I done shouldn’t have changed the fluid pressure. I thought maybe the hose running from the brake line to the caliper on the L/S may had collapsed (it looked old) so I changed it but that made no difference. I am kind of stuck and don’t want to just randomly throw parts at it with out having some idea where to start. Also I changed out the Master Cylinder about a year or so. Any advice would be appreciated. Non ABS

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