"When bleeding the master cylinder it went dry that is why we replaced it"
Why were you bleeding it? What was the original problem that started all of this?
Running the master cylinder empty is no cause to replace it unless it was damaged by running the pedal over half way to the floor. You simply refill it, and if the lines still have fluid in them, you can just stroke the pedal lightly to work the air out of the lines next to the ports. No need to bleed at the wheels.
The biggest concern at this point is you likely need a scanner to activate the valves in the ABS hydraulic controller. If that assembly has air in it, that wont bleed out of some of the chambers until the valves are opened, and that can only be done electrically.
Friday, July 29th, 2016 AT 9:23 PM