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The brake petal goes all the way to the floor, and won't pump up?

(2002 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD)
in Saint Michael, MN on January 24, 2016
I have replaced a broken brake line, the master cylinder, and one caliper. I have bled the line several times to no avail.
What else can it be?
Thanks Marv
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Thanks for reaching out to us to help you answer the question you have on a brake problem that exists on your 2002 Chev Silverado pickup truck. We can make a few suggestions about your issues with your truck. The better way to help solve your brake problems is bring your vehicle into our shop for a free brake inspection. (A tow would be recommended since the brakes are not working in satisfactory condition and for public safety).

To speculate, you could possibly have a master cylinder losing internal pressure, causing the pedal to sink to the floor. Furthermore, if there is fluid leaking out of the underneath of your vehicle it could be a leaking brake line or hose. We at Phil's Quality Automotive Inc would love to take the opportunity to inspect the vehicles brakes to see what's needed. Please give us a call at 763-420-2059 or schedule an appointment online at,
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