i have an '97 expedition and i have brake problem, may be master cilinder?

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Asked by Oct 26, 2010 at 07:59 PM about the 1997 Ford Expedition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

some times,specialy on the summer after drive a little while,at the time to hit the brake pedal get stock up and slowly go down making noise like raggin till get copletly stop then the ABS light  goes on,i have take it in to the dealer to test on computer and can find the problem,i don't now if can be just a sensor or master cilinder,if sombody have same kind of problem or have an idea please i need solutions

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sounds like the break booster has gone bad,if it is hard to push down.

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Before u waste money on a booster make sure your getting a good vacuum to the brake booster.

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