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Ok can any one help me I have aidi 80 1993 the brakes only work when im sitting still and rev the engine

The brakes work just enough to pull you up but the will only work properly when the car is rev ed up and the other foot on the brakes it will depress properly not when you are moving

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Check your vacuum assist braking vacuum line. Hose maybe loose or blocked.

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