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Hard brake pedal on lincoln mark vii. intermittent proper operation. possible wiring??

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Sounds like your brake booster is messed up or jammed replace it cause they mess up and your in a accident not worth 100 bucks to get in accident

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actually you may not need to replace any parts. from what you are explaining on the vehicle you have a air lock in your brake lines. try and bleed the brakes again starting from the rear passenger than the drivers passenger than the passengers front and last the drivers front. than disconnect the negative battery cable for about 5 min to reset the lights and see what happens. please let me know if you need more assistance with this problem.
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