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I'm absolutely stumped... I've replaced my dicky abs pump and fully bled the system, the pump powers up and pressurises the system and cuts out when its fully charged, but now I've come across a new problem, the calipers are now stuck on. I think I've narrowed it down to being a problem with the power circuit, as none of the wheels will turn. I know there is nothing wrong with the calipers, as they're all brand new. I thought it might be a collapsed flexi pipe, but thought it a bit weird that all five would collapse at once, but then it has been stood five years... Someone please help, I'm starting to ... God forbid ... Lose faith in my rangie!!!
 

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oh and if it helps,
when trying to bleed the system before i got the new pump, i noticed when trying to pump the brakes, that there was a moment when depressing the pedal where a distinct 'click' could be heard... since this, the brake lights stay on unless you physically lift the brake pedal with your foot... from speaking with various ppl, i think ive been advised to remove the clevis pin and see if the rod from the master cylinder moves back out after depression, am i completely barking up the wrong tree??

please help!
 
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