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Keep geting air in the back Brake

I recently had a complete brake failure when the peddle went to the floor. I bled brakes agen It was okay for about a week then the peddle again was on the floor. I manually bled the brakes

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You need to have someone pump the pedal until you have a steady stream of fluid.and start at the furtherst point from the master cylinder and work forward.

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