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Need help! So, my mechanic changed my brakes and rotors, but the other day while braking on a sloped road and stepped my brakes to the bottom and it still kept going a little. My mechanic (moron) said he found no problems with the brakes. I asked if it could be the brake fluids but he said no and now he is saying it "could" be the master cylinder. Any ideas?

2005 WRX wagon
about 40 degrees outside.

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Check to make sure there isn't any air in the lines . Bleed your brakes again and go from there. It's an easy task to do . U can do it alone if u have a bleeder or have a friend help do it the old fashion way.


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make the mechanic fix it or make him pay for someone else to fix it.
 

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Check to make sure there isn't any air in the lines . Bleed your brakes again and go from there. It's an easy task to do . U can do it alone if u have a bleeder or have a friend help do it the old fashion way.
This is where I would start. There very well could have been air introduced into the system. Have the mechanic drive the car.
 
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