Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
You have a leak somewhere in the brake system. Make sure the master cylinder is full (if it is, likely it is internally bypassing) If not, re-fill it and pump the brakes and check all lines and wheels for fluid seepage. Don't drive it 'till you have found the problem and repair it.
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