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2005 fx f150 brake pedal works fine on first stop but after that it goes to the floor if you pump it it goes normal and it repeats this process?????? fluid levels are full no sign of brake cylinders leaking?????can you help

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It sounds like you need to bleed the brake lines. it's a two person job, and at least one has to know how to do this. if not you'll have to take it to a brake shop. it also could be a bad brake booster, but your car isn't that old so i don't think it's that.

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