I can squeeze break fluid out of my 93 but my breaks are still not grabbing what could it be
Could also crack the banjo bolt open at the junction and bleed it there before you crack open the bleeder valveWhat mmart said ^.
Because there’s two calipers, there’s a junction box that spits the from the master cylinder line to two lines for each. This sits horizontally and in my belief can trap air bubbles.
After bleeding the lines, tying the lever down overnight does seem to stiffen the lever...you can go a step further and tap the lines from each brake up the hoses with a screwdriver handle to get any tiny bubbles to travel up the lines faster.