Q: Ive pumped my brakes and I have brakes. If i dont pump them I dont have brakes. I have bled them ten times.

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I have bled the brakes ten times. If I pump the brakes I have brakes but if I dont, I dont have any brakes. What am I doing wrong? The pads are fine. There are no leaks.

My car has 19000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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