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I take it that the brakes worked properly after it was fixed. If this is the case, I would suspect a faulty master cylinder again. This is typical with cheap aftermarket, or rebuilt parts. But to be sure, have the shop run new brake fluid through, opening every bleed screw, make sure the brakes are bled properly.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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