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Brakes my 2004 2.2 crd brake peadal travels all the way down to the floor when i brake the brakes do come on but not fully. i had the rear brake pipes replaced for mot now i get this trouble. the fitter said that" it is a comone fault" i dont think so. would it be ok to blead the system as the haynes manuel says. thanks lee

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  • lee davies Jun 20, 2009

    ok thanks will try that and let you know

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It sounds like you need too bleed the system and find another mech

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