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I went to work today and the brakes were fine. then when i went to leave work the brake pedal went to the floor and i couldnt stop. so i bled the brakes from the right rear all the way around and still nothin. what else is there to do? i have checked the fluid too.

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First determine if either of the wheel cylinders or calipers are leaking. Be sire to check the brake flex lines as well. If all the hydraulics are dry, look at the master cylinder where it attaches to the Brake Booster. On the bottom, below the Master Cyl, is it dry or does it look like there is some leakage? If it is wet, and all the above check out OK, then I would replace the Master Cylinder.
Be sure to bench bleed the master cylinder first, before installing on Vehicle.

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