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Why is my breaks going all the way down and i dnt have oil leak

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The usual causes are low fluid or a bad master cylinder. Because the master cylinder, pressurizes the braking system for the vehicle to stop, If there are no leaks at all. check master cylinder. God-Bless!

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Air in system you need to bleed

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