Please fill out the following to ask a question. MAKE:gmc MODEL:jimmy YEAR:2001 MILES:143,000 ENGINE:4.0 DESCRIBE ISSUE....can't get the brake pedal to have pressure after bleeding. Here's the history. Found during annual inspection that the left rear brake pads were worn. (right pads ok) Had a shop put new pads and rotors on both sides. He said the left rear caliper seemed a bit stiff. Well, it seemed to be ok (this was done three weeks ago), Thursday I noticed a dragging sound, removed the right rear wheel and found the caliper was real bad and had worn the pads clear down. This ruined the new rotor. Bought a new rotor, new pads, and a caliper. Put that all on this morning. Had a friend pump the brakes ( and hold them) and I bled them. did it 10 times and always pure steady flow of fluid. Little to no air except on the first bleeding. Now I have no "pedal" even after all that bleeding. I even bled the left rear five times and got good fluid flow each time. Plenty of fluid in the reservoir(never let it get beyond 1/2 full. What am I doing wrong, or what could have happened? I had good pedal even with the worn down pads when I pulled it in the garage. Oh, when I took the brake line off the old caliper, I lost very little fluid.