I'm working on a 2001 dodge 1500. 5.2 4x4 manual trans. I bought it knowing it needed brake work to start with. That being said, here is the list of things I've done or replaced. New brake lines all the way from master to all 4 wheels. Including the rubber ones. New proportioning valve. New master cylinder, new booster, brakes, calipers, rotors and wheel cylinders and hardware. I have bled 2 gallons through it and the pedal still goes to the floor. I bled them in the correct order and made sure to keep fluid in the master. All new parts. Nothing bought is remanufactured. I bench bled the master as well. I have and light and brake light on dash. When driving the pedal goes instantly to the floor with no resistance, once the pedal is fully depressed, the front brakes lock up..