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SOURCE: brake pedal losses pressure 1 to 2 pumps back to full pressure.

you still air in system or a bad master cylinder or brake booster.

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Check the earth connections for the lights. ( there in the repair manual )
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you still air in system or a bad master cylinder or brake booster.

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