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No brake! I just bought a 1994 chevrolet s10 blazer, and there is not brake, the hits the floor every time, I changed the master cylinder and blead all the line several times, and still the pedal reachs the floor, could it be my abs madual that is cloged adn bypassing?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Yes it could be the module or a connection problem to the module, check for proper power and ground at the module before you replace it.

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Also check the brake booster usually when it goes bad the pedal goes to the floor causing no brakes.....try replacing that.....also a vacuum leak could cause that....are you loosing brake fluid at all besides when you bleed the brakes? let me know

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