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No brakes at all.
did you check fluid levels? yet? both went dry?
leaking DOT3 fuid, in the system, this take looking at every inch of system. or fail.

can the brake pedal be pumped up
is the pedal hard,?
dont drive it. (sorry)
here is the dont drive list, brakes can do many things wrong.
http://www.fixkick.com/brakes/brakes.html#DoNotDrive

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