Q: Bleeding Breaks/hubs

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this car is an alerro. Hope I'm in the right spot. I replaced the rotor and caliber on the drivers side of the car. When I start the car and put it in drive, the passenger hub spins freely, but the drivers side won't spin unless you step on the gas a little, and belive it or not, it makes the motor sound like cap. I put 2 quarts of break fluid thru it and still have nothing at the break pedal. I bleed from side to side and at a cross and with the cap on and off the master cyclinder. If you have any ideals, PLEASE contact me. I'm on a time frame on this car. Thank-You So Very much
My car has an automatic transmission.

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