Does the pedal firm up after a push or two or if you push and hold the
pedal moves towards the floor? It is possible that you have a master
cylinder problem rather than air in the lines.
You did not mention the order you went in, so I'll throw in the "start
close and move away from the master cylinder" idea
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As you said, when I bled the brakes it was apparent when the new fluid
out of the bleeder hose, it was much cleaner. I bled all four wheels
the pedal is still low and spongy. I'll have to have another bleeding
session. Even though there is apparently air in the system, the brakes
don't pull to one side or the other.