Question about 1988 Dodge Aries
Could be bad brake line, master cylinder, empty reservoir, or problem at one or more wheels. First thing to check would be if there is fluid in the master cylinder reservoir. If not, fill with proper fluid and pump the brake pedal to see if you get response. If so, you will have to have the brakes bled to remove any air in the lines. If there is fluid in the reservoir, then the problem is either a bad line or issues at one or more wheels.
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