Rear brake has very little pressure and gets stuck if pressed down all the way
I've bled the rear brake countless times, but the front two without any problem. Even after I bled the old brake fluid out, I've repeated the process as I added the new brake fluid 4 times making sure no air gets into the system and I'm seeing no air bubbles at this point. Fluid is going through and out, but I have very very little pressure a quarter way down, but if i press it pass that it gets softer then gets stuck, then I would have to lift it back up. Pump till I build up pressure, hold it down, open the bleeder valve, let it bleed, close the valve, then proceed to pump again. Right? I mean the front two were no problem at all. The rear disc is chewed up a little, but its not bad, and my pads are fairly new. I appreciate the help.
Last edited by JamesIsMe; 03-29-2019 at 10:52 AM.