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TimK73TR6 Timothy Knight
La, Gretna, USA   USA
Hi All

I have a simple sounding problem that I've fixed many times in the past on other cars by no luck on my sick 73TR6. A few months back I replaced front pads and rebuilt the calipers. After bleeding the brakes all was well and the brakes worked well all summer. Last week I noticed fluid leaking from the master cylinder weap hole located on the base of the master cylinder. I ordered a new replacement m/c from TRF installed it and now I have tiny micro size air bubbles at all 4 wheels causing the fluid to look like shaken cola. After multiple attempts at bleeding the problem has not improved at all and the pedal drops to the floor when pushed.

I'm sure I'm not the first.....what am I missing folks?
Many Thanks!!

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poolboy Ken D
Sandy Hook, Mississippi, USA   USA
Are both compartments in the master cylinder reservoir filled ?

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