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Ford Taurus: I have a 97 ford Taurus, just replaced the master

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I have a 97 ford Taurus, just replaced the master cylinder, brake pads, new brake lines and bleed them and still no brakes also it's not ABS...Please help
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  fordtechsuzukitech25 replied 2 years ago.
if you are sure all the air is out of the system, i would remove the nuts holding the master cyl. on and have someone push brake pedal slowly to make sure the master cyl. pushes out, to make sure the push rod is still between the cyl. and pedal. sometimes they can fall out of position. also have got bad master cyl. quite often rite out of box