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Brakes ! I have a toyota Grande JZX 110 , replaced brake pads front and rear, they were badly worn out.Now I cant get the brake pedal stay up inspite of bleeding the system.Do I need to replace the brakes master cyclinder? This car has an ABS brake system....would this be a problem, thts why I cant get the brake pedal be hard?

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I would check the brake booster first that is what gives you the resistance to return the peddle to operating on the abs because even if it fails it wont chane anything but the cars tendency to lock up the wheels

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