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Having brake problems on a 95 ford ranger xlt 2.3l v6 you replaced master cylinder brake booster bled the brakes pedal still goes to the floor?

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2006-10-08 21:11:17
2006-10-08 21:11:17

You need to bleed the brakes.

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