Q: The brakes won't bleed in my 2000 Ford Expedition

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Just bought the vehicle, had to repair left back break line, because it had rusted and was licking break floid. So then when i go to bleed them, it didn't work. Seems as if the breaks had went completely out... could that be the break master stiller

My car has 200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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