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Tacoma front brakes do not work

I have a 1998 toyota tacoma 3.4l v6 4x4 non-abs. The front brakes randomly stopped working when i pulled into my driveway. Only the rear brakes work and when pushed hard enough they lock up. i only have about an inch of pedal. I believe i have done almost everything to try and fix the problem. i have replaced the master cylinder twice, bled the lines manually and with a compressed air bleeder. fluid is present in all the lines to the drums and calipers. no matter what i do, i cannot get a pedal or front brakes...any help is aprreciated.
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  • purplebird10 Jan 20, 2009

    i did the right sequence and i checked the pushrod and it is engaging out maybe an inch or more. when i disconnect the lines at the master, i get a solid stream coming out the front and the rear. i've never had this much trouble with brakes!

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It sounds like you are not bleeding in the right sequence around the truck and also the vehicle has to be level. but start at the RR,LR,RF,LF and also make sure the push rod for the master cylynder is actually engaging.

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