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Either you have air bubbles in the front brake lines or calipers and will need bleeding out, if this doesnt work youll have a faulty front master cylinder replace it and bleed the system again

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Do you want to save $50-$80 but invest labor, disconnect brake outlet pipe from M/Cylinder then plug with same thread bolt then push pedal, see if it's solid or soft.
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