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The reason for the no brake pedal is that there is either a brake fluid leak in the system (which causes air to enter the brake hydraulic lines) or the master cylinder is faulty.
You will need to verify that the fluid is full and possibly bleed the brakes to ensure there is no air pockets in the system.
Sometimes air can enter through the banjo bolt fitting if it is not properly tightened down which will cause a no or low brake pedal issue like you are experiencing.
Please double check the brake fluid level and check for any leaks and reply back if you need any further assistance. I will be happy to help!
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