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Brakes going to the floor

The place that has had my 96 Blazer for 2 weeks now still have not been able to repair the brakes. They said that they have tried 5 different master cylinders and the pedel still goes to the floor. What else can be done

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Sounds like to me that u have a small leak or a cracked fitting going from the cylinder to the brakes or the wheel cylinder could be faulty for one of those wheels or they are not bleeding the system correctly

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