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Master cylinder as its being sucked into the brake servo ,from the rear seal

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I have a 94 toyote camry 4 cylinder, I have to refill the brake fluid almost everyday but I have not noticed any leaks what is wrong?

have the system checked for leaks then check the rear of the master cylinder for leaking out of the master. if these leak you may not see it unless you move it away from the power booster to visually inspect. to keep adding fluid there is a leak you just have not found it.

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1991 Mazda B2200 Series Brake light and Anti-lock light on? Brake pedal pushed to the floor and truck won't stop. Is it the master cylinder and wheel bearing?

The master cylinder and the wheel bearings are completely un realated parts. The first thing to check is the brake fluid level. If it's full and you have zero braking and zero pedal then you may well have a dead m/c. If you find an empty reservior, fill it and then figure out where it went. A leak anywhere will have the same result, no fluid, no brakes. The ABS issue may or may not be related but you need to solve the no pedal problem first.

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How to bleed brakes on 94 firebird after putting brake fluid in

3 ways to bleed.
1) Gravity bleed. Start at the rear wheel brake farthest from the master cylinder. Open the bleeder screw about two full turns, and after a while, the brake fluid which is on top of the air will push the air out. When the brake fluid runs out, close the bleed screw. This can take 1/2 hour sometimes. You must keep checking that wheel so you can close the screw BEFORE you drain your master cylinder!
Continue this with all four wheels. P.S. Sometimes it will not work.Then you have to go to -
2) Bleed with a helper.
Helper gets in the car, and you ask them to push the brake pedal. You open the bleeder screw slowly and carefully, knowing the brake fluid may shoot out violently. Gently open it until bubbles come out. Close the screw, and ask the helper inside to pump up the pedal (about 5 times), and then hold it down medium hard. Continue to open the screw gently until only brake fluid comes out. Close that screw, and move to the next wheel. Repeat on each wheel. Check master cylinder ever few bleeds to keep it full.
3) take it somewhere and have it professionally bled with a machine.

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ck the brake fluid level. if its out, then fill it up, pump the pedal and find the leak.

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I can start my 1998 mazda b2500 pickup truck but it will not shift into gear

The truck must be a standard trans? If you can shift it with the motor not running, but not with it running, then most likely the clutch master cyl must be low on brake fluid. It must have a leak. Sometimes you can add brake fluid, then pump the clutch pedal slowly and you might be ok. But you will need to get it repaired.

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no worn pads do not cause a sinking pedal, you have a defective brake master cylinder, the seals inside the master cylinder are leaking

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Stuck clutch pedal on a Mazda B series truck

Replace both clutch slave and master cylinders, and bleed well. I've also had this happen.

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Brake peddle goes to the floor intermitantly.

The problem may be that the master cylinder needs to be bench bled,there is most likely air trapped in the piston of the master cylinder.The problem comes from the piston not being fully actuated when connected to the pedal assembly.A vacuum bleeder will generally pull it out.

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