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11-12-2002 08:09 PM
IHAVECHEVYPARTS found my problem had a worn master cylinder and bought a new bendix brand i had a cheap a1 capone brand that was new 2 years ago but it also only cost 15.99 and the bendix 55.00
11-10-2002 09:50 PM
  • What make and model of car?
  • I assume four wheel disc?
  • ABS?
  • Diagonal brakes?
  • Did you allow master cylinder to run dry during brake service?
  • How are you attempting to bleed brakes?
11-10-2002 08:34 PM
brakes new bleed evrything still no brakes master cylinder bad?

was my master cylinder

[ November 16, 2002: Message edited by: IHAVECHEVYPARTS ]</p>

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