One other item that may come in handy...
It is the Motive Products Power Bleeder. I picked one up used (only used once) off of Yotatech and absolutely love it. It makes bleeding the brakes a cinch. My wife doesn't have to pump the brake pedal and the system is under constant pressure. BTW, I don't have any interest in them, it has just REALLY made the job easier.
One other detail... when bleeding brakes by pumping the pedal you can cause the brake piston to travel further in the cylinder than it normally does. If there is corrosion or debris in that area, it can damage the seal on the piston. While this is typically a problem only in older vehicles or those with a poorly maintained brake system, it is a consideration. Was your fluid extremely discolored before you started?
Brian, are you bleeding the LSPV last, after all four wheels? I know for my truck the LSPV has to be bled last. Since you have the FSM, I'm sure you are but just thought I'd ask to be sure.
Hope you get it worked out.
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