So I’m in the middle of bleeding rear inboard brakes on my 88 XJS. The air bubbles won’t stop coming! I’ve gone through 32 oz of brake fluid so far. I was having some leaks in my master cylinder recently, so i thought maybe a lot of air got in the system? But this seems like air is getting in elsewhere. I use a motive power bleeder, btw, at 10-15 psi. No air on source side.
I’ve bled brakes twice before on this car without this much air. The bleed tube is nice and tight on the nipple. It is happening on both sides. But under pressure with bleed nipples closed, there are no leaks anywhere and the system holds pressure.
All I can think of are two bad bleed nipples?