My breaks go to the floor everytime i press them. And if pressed to hard they bump i guess u would say. Any help???

Asked by Jan 23, 2015 at 05:14 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2003 ford taurus

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First check the brake fluid,if it is good,check the brake pad,s and shoe,s if it has them,then have them bled,if that doe,s not fix the issue,you may need a new brake master cylinder.

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I was thinking the same thing all new pads n shoes when i bleed it they get better but not back to normal should it be the master cylinder bad

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Yes if all bled good and no air in them,and still not right,change the master cylinder should fix the issue.

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