Q: brake fluid getting pumped into front brakes but not rear brakes. 2007 ford f350 diesel 6.0L

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The brake fluid is only being pumped into the front brakes but it isn't being pumped to the line to reach the rear brakes. The line is not obstructed by anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
My car has an automatic transmission.

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