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1999 toy camry front left, back rear brakes, don't

1999 toy camry front left, back right rear brakes, don't bleed all new stuff but not brake lines.

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Either there is a leak in the lines, or there is air getting in master cylinder. Master cylinder must be bled first thing if it is new, then slave the brakes. You will most likely need to repeat the process a couple times. It would be good to have an electronic bleeder as well

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