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Trying to bleed brakes on a mitsubishi lancer gli manual 00. The problem is the fluid won't pump up, when trying to bleed.

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Replace master cylinder kit!!!

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You have undoubtly pushed the brake peddle far beyond its normal travel. Now you will need to replace the master cylinder. This is because the 'crud'' builds up in the chamber over time, then going past this messes up the seals an O rings. Frankster016

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