I have a 2003 Yukon and I just replaced the right rear brake caliber. Will the pedal firm up at all just by pushing it a bunch of times or did I just not bleed it well enough?
Keep bleeding you still got air in the system, might try bleeding all 4 if the line drained out on the caliper you replaced then chances are high that air got into the antilock valve and may have shoved it into the rest of the system.
Definitely keep bleeding it, the brake pedal should not feel mushy at all. If it's not done properly it's easy to pull more air into the system (like letting fluid level in master cylinder get too low).
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