Cant bleed air out of the brake lines!
I changed my front calipers yesterday and now I cant get all the air out the front bake lines. Ive followed 2 person bleeding procedure (car off...helper pumps the pedals then firmly depresses as I open the bleeder valve to draining into a container. I start at the rear right, rear left, front right and finish at front left. So far Ive been through 4 32oz cans of brake fluid and I'm still getting air bubbles out of the front brakes. The rear brakes are fine with no bubbles and clean fluid running out. The calipers are installed properly. No leaks in the lines anywhere and the bajo bolts on the calipers are snug with washers installed correctly. At times i can get some pressure built in the lines but as soon as i start the Jeep the pedal gets soft and is easily pushed to the floor (it does rise back up when my foot is removed.) Please...any takers!?!