Definitley air in the system! Have fun bleeding them up, one of the things I always hated to do the most, until I got a vaccum bleeder to hook up to the air. You should just have to do the left rear since that is the one you replaced, but if you let the system loose a lot of fluid you may have to do the right front also or even all of em. I guess you could have twisted the rubber line and have it partially kinking the line, but more than likely air in the system.
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