Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
This sounds like the master cylinder has a problem with the check valves these are internal in the master cylinder. After removal of the master cylinder check to see if the rod coming out of power brake unit is threaded it may be to long and holding residual pressure in the lines keeping the front brakes applied. Testing for residual pressure is easy drive until locks up just turn bleeder screw without touching brake pedal if fluid sprays out fluid is not returning to master cylinder. good luck.
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