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Brakes bleed the brakes twice but still no brakes when the car is running

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Make sure no leaks are on the hydraulic lines. if there are no leaks, the prob is with the diaphragm of your hydrovac system, which needs to be replaced as an assembly along with your brake master cylinder.

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