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My front brakes will not pressure up, what can I do and how do I do it?

I bled brakes, rebuilt master cylinder

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Then you have a master cylinder that is bad it will not hold the pressure. Change it out. Check when you pull the brake handle and look to see if there bubbles come up most likely it the master cyclinder.

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