Hey, so here’s the quick rundown. Had a hole in my brake line, just before the soft line to the drivers side rear wheel. Lost the whole reservoir out it. Patched the hole (double flared brake line unioned in). Went to bleed the line, can’t get fluid out the bleeder. Took it apart again before the union, there’s no fluid getting to it at all. Other rear wheel is getting fluid from the reservoir, I checked. The brake alarm and light has been on since I lost all the fluid. Every time I open the door, alarm goes off again. Until, taking advice from YouTube, I cracked open a line on the master cylinder, the only one I could reach, think it’s an out port, not the in from the reservoir. When I did that, the alarm went off, and, for the first time, I could depress the brake pedal. Original symptom was the brake pedal was wayyy too stiff, not spongy like you’d expect from a hydraulic leak. When I close that line, it gets too stiff again. So, still no fluid to my wheel. But I like that the alarm is off, and that I can make the pedal feel like a brake again. Think maybe the interior piston is seized or over extended? If I can get it out and play with it, maybe get it working again? Or am I wrong to be focused on the master cylinder? Maybe (said a car guy) it just needs to get plugged in to a computer to reset… abs something or another. Is there a chance it’s that easy? Gonna be a chore and a half to extricate the master, I don’t even know how that’s gonna happen. Advice please and thank you!