I had an engine fire. Now I have no brake pressure.
Some wires came loose, melted and burned up by the master cylinder, burning some of the steel brake lines coming off of it. They didn't burn through but are nicely blackened. No fluid anywhere and it appears full.
Everything else drives normal, no lights on, just no pressure. The problem wires have been removed, they were for the stereo only. I know at this point I need to check all my fuses to see what's blown if anything. I haven't been able to check yet but that's my preferred solution. Can a fuse even cause a near total loss of pressure?
If it's not a fuse, what do I need to do next? From my research I could either have a bad master cylinder or abs module. What is most likely and how can I check it? Keep in mind everything worked fine before the fire. No damage visually other than the removed wiring and the blackened steel brake lines.