I fitted my new Porsche calipers yesterday and I was going to replace the brake fluid today. I sucked and pumped all the old brake fluid out. Then I put new fluid in and bled the brakes. I was using a vacuum bleeder and I started at the furthest point from the master cylinder (Rear Left) and worked my way around. I was getting fluid through the line and the level was dropping at the master cylinder but I never got a steady stream of fluid. I did every corner for almost five minutes and still there was just a little fluid coming out and some air. I put over a liter of fluid through.
I thought maybe the vacuum bleeder was sh*t so I did it the ole fashion way. When the pedal was held down and the bleeder was opened almost nothing came out. No air, just a little dribble of fluid. The pedal goes all the way to the floor and no matter how many times I bleed it there is no gain on the pedal. Finally, I got frustrated with it and the shop was closing so I put it all back together and drove it out using the hand brake. I noticed that the brakes do barely work right at the bottom of the pedal.
HELP!! I'm missing my trackday tomorrow because I can't get this fixed and I think I will have to rent a car on Monday.