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Brake pedal goes all the way to the floor?

Hello all. My 2005 is havin a problem with it's brakes. I recently did studs and gaskets in cab and just started to notice the brakes today. You have to push the pedal completely down before she'll start slowing down. I don't see any leaks of any kind but I was hopin someone on here might have an idea of what could be causing this. After I pump the brake 2 or three times the pedal seems to be working like it used to and not travel all the way down. Anyhow, I appreciate all help and replies.

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If you undid any brake lines in the job you need to bleed your brakes,


What would I be doing right now if I didn't have an iPhone?


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If you undid any brake lines in the job you need to bleed your brakes,


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Nope, didn't touch any brake lines. I did however unhook and remove my vacuum pump.

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