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I took my 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo to the Technician for a tune-up. He put new parts Brake Pads, Brake Shoes. Even I bought four new tires. Now my vehicle doesn't stop at all. The brake pedal goes to the bottom and there it stop. The pedal doesn't seems to have power. The ABS system was taken out too because it doesn't work since two years ago. The brakes were bleeded so many times that more than five large brake fluid cans has been wasted. Now it still not working and the technician doesn't know what else could it be. Any idea?

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Sounds like the master cylinder is full of air.Somebody let it run dry when doing a pad change.(maybe)Did the calipers get rebuilt or were the pistons just pushed back in?
Brakes are a sealed unit.If there is no leaks,then you must start at the 1st point of operation.The master system.Hope this helps.

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