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On my way home last night, noticed the infamous grinding coming from the pass rear brake. Took it apart this am and found the slide assembly had locked up. The inside pad was toast and the rotor scarred so I decided that I would re-do both rears. Had the rotors turned, new pads and reassembled the units. Went to bleed the brakes and nothing. No fluid coming out the bleeders, no compression of the pads, just nothing!(master cylinder was refilled) Has anybody come across this? HELLLLP I've wasted the whole friggin day!
Oh ya, this was supposed to be a dedicated FB working day.
 
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I'd be suspicious of your anti-lock brake system. It may be what caused the original problem as well.
 
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I'd be suspicious of your anti-lock brake system. It may be what caused the original problem as well. Unfortunately, it may not be simple to troubleshoot- I've got no experience in working with them, so I'm no help...
 
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