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Good brakes. first time, second hit solf.

Brakes good on your first hit. after that the pedal goes to the flooe. brake light and abs light on dash stays on. even after they were bled they would bottom out on second hit and there,s no brakes.

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Try to flush all the brake system if its stay same u have to change the brake master cylinder

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