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ive bled them over and over..car on car off

it takes forever to stop...new pads...

the pedal still comes back up on its own...when i bleed the brakes, the pressure is insane...then i get to drive it and its crazy spongy again...
 

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if there are no visible leaks in any of the cables/lines then i would wager its the brake master cylinder that is going. The fluid could be leaking past the seals in the cylinder not allowing the proper pressure sent to the calipers. there is also a pattern to bleed the calipers, off the top of my head i cant remember. It will be in the Service manual.
 

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if there are no visible leaks in any of the cables/lines then i would wager its the brake master cylinder that is going. The fluid could be leaking past the seals in the cylinder not allowing the proper pressure sent to the calipers. there is also a pattern to bleed the calipers, off the top of my head i cant remember. It will be in the Service manual.
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The brake bleeding sequence is...

1. Front Left
2. Front Right
3. Rear Right
4. Rear Left

Doing it any other way could leave a lot of air in the brake lines causing a spongy pedal.
 
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