Hi mate... Excuse the "what may seem" silly questions but it will help get the right advice that you need...
So what have you done so far?
Are you just bleeding the fluid or have you replaced pads and discs?
Was there any issues like winding back the pistons?
Did you release the tension from the hand brake cable (the little nut at the lever)?
Did you have the reservior cap removed during the whole process?
if you have changed anything on the rear brakes, have you taken up the slack with the handbrake and adjusted accordingly?
Have you tried letting the engine tick over while bleeding to help build up the vacuum in the circuit while the brake pedal is depressed then released?
Are you using an eezibleed system or the old fashioned tube in jar method?
What method are you using? I.e.
n/s/f, o/s/f, n/s/r, o/s/r which I personally never have an issue with as it's closest to the master cylinder then work around to the furthest away, but others have different proceedures.
The master cylinder might have a brake balance valve which can trigger and prevent the proper flow of fluid to the rears so pump them slowly and evenly to prevent the brake bias valve shutting off, no stabbing or fast brake force.
The entire system uses only 1.6 ltrs so don't think you have to go crazy mate ok
Oh one last thing... just in case you have had the calipers off did you nip the flexible hoses with anything? Is it still attached?
Told you it may sound silly... but I have done it !
Last edited by Grahameo; 09-10-11 at 15:56.