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I'd next try removing the master cylinder again and have your assistant push down onthe brake pedal to expose the pushrod as it exits the servo
on the end of the pushrod there should be a little adjustment nut
try screwing thisin a turn or two and put it all back together
this adjustment takes out free play at the pedal so its better to have a little bit of playr ather than too tight
OK as the next step I'd say to try is that its possible that you need to run the ABS pump to move any trapped air inside
the dealer method is to use the diagnostic tool to cycle the ABS during bleeding
however I've had good results buy just taking the car for short drive and stamping on the pedal at low speed to lock the brakes and trigger the ABS
and then re-bleed
Ok in that case I'd say you may have an issue with the master cylinder leaking internally
So I'd suggest that this needs replacing as the next step
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