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Masterclinder when I press down on my brakes they go all the way to the floor

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You have one or more problems. Leaking wheel cylinders, leaking master cylinder, air in the brake lines of a combination. When you bleed the brakes, bleed them in this order with a positive pressure brake fluid container. Right rear, left rear, right front left front. If you bleed them on any other order, you will just push the air around in the system. Bleed until no bubbles come out.

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