Here is the deal: My mom's 2001 Camry LE developed a soft brake pedal over only about two or three days. Before that, the brakes felt fine. So I checked all the linings: plenty of pad and shoe material. Then I bled the brakes (RR LR RF LF). This was my first bleed so I'm only hoping I did it correctly. I went around to each corner twice. Still had a pedal that would go to the floor pretty easily. So I pulled both rear wheels and adjusted the little ratchet mechanism in there. Still got a low pedal. I don't see any leaks. Could it be that the booster push rod got out of whack? Also, I've seen posted in a few places that the brake system on this car may need to be bled diagonally, that is, (RR LF LR RF). Is this true? Is going around to each corner twice enough? It doesn't seem like a MC problem, but I could be wrong. I'm at my wits end here folks, and my Mom really needs her car and money's too tight to mention. Please, help.