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I have a 2003 jeep liberty. I just replaced the brake line and bleed the brakes, yet the brake pedal is still going all the way down to the floor. Do I need a special tool to bleed the brakes?

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No, you will need to start the engine let it run as you re-bleed the brakes, do this to activate the ABS system.

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