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I was bleeding my brakes today, replacing all the brake fluid (old) but the helper I had released the brake pedal too early, and it sucked air into the system. Then the pedal fell to the flood so I re-bled the lines and no more air bubbles. The pedal returned to it's normal height and a nice solid feel, as good as the tC gets.
My question is. Do I have to bleed the master cylinder as well if the air entered into only one brake line? The reservoir was full the entire time this happened.