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I changed brake calipars on my 1999 honda crv now i get fluid to one wheel

Started out with just brake pads then one calipar wouldnt bleed so i change calipars now only one calipar is getting fluid tried bleeding master where the line hooks up no fluid

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You have air in the line that you need to bleed out

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The brake hose maybe bad replace it. They can claps on then self inside the hose. One work to check is have someone push the brake paddle down and release it if the rotor is hard to turn, open the bleeder vale if fluid comes out and the rotor turns freely that you problem.

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I believe it is a float in the master cylinder. If it's on, check your barke fluid level. Add if needed.
The reason for low fluid is that the front disc brakes are wearing down causing the brake caliper to move out which lowers the fluid level in the reservoir. So, also check your front brakes for wear.

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