Question about Pontiac Vibe
If there are no fluid leaks than I would bet you replaced the master cylinder with a re-manufactured unit instead of new. The re-manufactured ones are fine as long as you don't mind trying several of them to get one that works. If it is re-manufactured return it and get a new master cylinder.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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