Thanks for the information Ken.
Yeah we bench bled the cylinder. I am thinking that when we did that, I accidentally shoved the piston to far into the cylinder and blew a seal in it. Or it was just a defective cylinder to begin with. Or a combination of the two. Could that have caused it? The last time we changed it, we did not bench bleed it, but we bled it on the truck and never had this problem. So a new cylinder is probably in order, but we are going to change out the rear calipers first because the driver side is froze. I will post pictures when we get up to the garage to work on it. I have none at the moment. I am also wondering if an air pocket in the frozen caliper could cause the problem? I know enough about working on cars to get me into trouble, but not enough to consider myself a mechanic.
Thursday, September 28th, 2017 AT 3:42 PM