2000 Deville Base, 2019 Corvette GS
So I blew a brake line, lost most of the fluid and had the line fixed. Everything is tight no leaks. We then proceeded to bleed the lines starting in the right rear etc..We bled each wheel three times and still have a mushy and low pedal. So we put the car on the scanner and had the computer bleed the lines automatically. Still the same. The only problem is the front calipers bleeder screws are rotted and we bled the fronts from the brake line hose, not the bleeder screw. Some one told me you really can't get all the air out that way because the brake line is lower than the bleeder screw. He also told me you do not need to bleed the lines from a scanner, you can do it manually like we did. Does all this make sense and is there anything I need to know that I am not doing now?