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No brakes the other day my brakes went out on my 1998 land rover there was no pressure at the brake pedal so i went and did a complete brake job including pads, rotors, and calipers. i bleed the system making sure there was no air in the brake lines but i still have no pressure in my brake peddal it just drops straight to the floor...could it be the hydraulic booster

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    cleaned front brake caliper pins and greased them and pressed pistons back with c clamp with the resivoir cap loose and now pedal grab inconsistently like the pressure is not the same

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Hi,
Check the Brake master pump......If the padle drops to the floor means The booter is ok,,,,! I think the Brake master pump has a internal leak.....Reply me.....

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