I have a 2006 Toyota Corolla with 132k miles. Just replaced the front brakes rotors and pads yesterday. Afterward, I manually pumped them up before starting the vehicle; however, upon starting my brakes, not even spongy, they are non-existent. The first thing I tried was to bleed them rear-pass, rear-drive, front-pass, and front-drive. There were a 'few' bubbles with the first wheel that was it. Again, I started and still absolutely no pedal at all nothing. So, I decided to redo the bleeding and did it a second time to no avail. What else can I test? Is this a bad master cylinder? Or booster? Both the master and booster would be original to the car.

  • Master cylinder can cause this, not the booster, if it is bad the pedal gets hard to push. – Moab May 15 '20 at 16:23
  • What do you mean by "no pedal?" Does the pedal move when you press on it, or does it remain stationery? – DavidSupportsMonica May 16 '20 at 16:42
  • Pedal moves to the floor there is just no resistance at all. – Jared Minns May 17 '20 at 13:57

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