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Brake pedal goes to floor

I just replaced the brakes on my 2007 Camry LE, but now the brake pedal goes to the floor and braking power is non-existent. i don't think there's an internal problem with any of the machinery since this didn't happen before i changed the brakes and the car is relatively new. can anyone help?

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  • adeleyeh Jun 03, 2009

    thanks, I took it to a mechanic who did just that.

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YOU NEED TO OPEN THE BLEEDER BOLTS AND LET THE AIR OUT OF THE BRAKE SYSTEM .

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