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Play in break pedal

Break pedal won't always return not very stiff still have brakes but not very responsive believe it might be power booster but don't know how to check

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Check the fluid in your master cylinder 1st if it were the power booster the brakes would be very hard to push.you might also check your wheel cylinders abd calipers to make sure they are ok

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