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I added new drill slotted rotors all the way arround and new pads. After the I bleed the lines and droped the car for a test run I realized I have no breaks. The car will not stop, my e brake will not function. I did an oil change on the 6 b4 I droped it down from the jacks I noticed a stream of oil trickling down where all the belts are. I could not tell where the oil was coming from. the oil resembled that of brake fluid. I took the car to a near by shop thinking maybe I did something wrong while bleeding the system. They did a brake system bleed and still no brakes. I think maybe I unscrewd the rear hex screw too far or some thing. :confused:
 

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so your pedal goes straight to the floor?

did you tell them to diagnose the problem or just bleed the brakes?

is the master full? did it stay full when you were bleeding? anything peculiar when you were working on it?

is there any resistance in the pedal? can you see any fluid leaks?
 

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They found the problem, they tell me I dident have to completely remove the front calipars like I did. they bleed them & played around w/ them untuill they worked I guess. The leaking substance was discovered to be a cracked water pump.
 

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So what was the problem?
 
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