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Brake pedal to floor 2002 ford escape no leaks

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  • quon27 Jan 02, 2011

    I replaced the master cyclinder with a new one. Brakes was fine for a few days, but now problem has returned.

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Hi,
Most likely, internal bypass of the master cylinder.

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