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My 1995 Toyota corolla gle 1.6 fuel injector problem is it started by binding ,, we changed master cylinder.. now only two opposite side apply brake & the other two don't work ==how

New brake pads new brake fluids

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Did you bleed all the brakes???

perhaps you need to check the distribution hub
all the pipes from the calipers go to a central hub then to the master brake cyclider
sometimes there is two slaves instead
so youll need to check perhaps one has failed
usually the O rings seals inside are worn
something stuck somewhere or air in the system

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