Fiero brakes are fairly ease to bleed.
Bubble anywhere in line Will move in most bleeding methods. Brake fluid is thick enough to make sure.
Make sure the bleeder is really high point. If you bleed and car "axle" is not level then can tipped up the piston end and have trap air in the piston or bore. Most garages are level enough so should not be an issue. Is an issue for DIY working outside and uneven ground.
Possible problems:May not bench bleed new MC... this covered in Bleeding MC notes
"New" caliper likely means rebuilt units. Very possible got bad rebuilt caliper(s) and piston won't self adjust.
some info can explain rear piston... Rear Piston notes
Sometimes Bubble stuck in rear piston can be hard. Most times hitting w/ wood block etc that won't do damage to the parts can release the bubble.
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