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Isuzu mu 1993 brakes still spongy after being bled

Have changed brakes, have bled the system but brakes still spongy, what causes this how can i fix the problem

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  • roberthosein Dec 18, 2008

    i have the same problem in a 1999 mitsubshi lancer , may have to change the booster and master cylinder, already change the master cylinder rubbers, no help!


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Hello the master cylinder may be bad .thanks

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