Question about 2003 Kia Rio
Hi, it is likely you have a leak in your system. Check under the car, especially at the wheels, for a leak. Also check behind the master cylinder, where you filled up the reservoir. Once the reservoir ran dry, you probably got some air in the system, which is now allowing too much pedal travel. You will need to repair the leak and bleed the system to restore your brakes. Once you find the leak, please get back to me with the problem, and I can provide repair instructions, if desired.
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