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Have replaced all 4 brakes and bled the lines in proper order but still have spongy brakes? any ideas?

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  • jeffzimmers Mar 12, 2011

    plus I never got any air out of the lines. I bought the proper tools and I did them in the proper order........

  • jeffzimmers Mar 13, 2011

    No I mean no air in the fluid...... bleeds out fine just no air.

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A leaking brake master cylinder will allow air back into the lines after a bleed.

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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  • jeffzimmers Mar 12, 2011

    ya but I am not loosing any fluid at all

  • Matthew Spark
    Matthew Spark Mar 13, 2011

    you didnt get either air or fluid out of the brake lines? i would strongly consider the master cylinder.

  • Matthew Spark
    Matthew Spark Mar 26, 2011

    if the master cylider is bad, it wouldnt have enough pressure to push air out of the ends.

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