Question about 1993 Buick LeSabre
The brakes seems like you have to push them all the way to the floor before you can get stopped. I had a buick dealer look at them and they put brake pads on one side but I still have the same problem. In the notes the tech made it says would need ABS module to make complete reapors and says that will run $1000.00. How much would it be to order the ABS module and how easy to replace if I can find a friend to help me out?
You could find the part for a lot less than a thousand dollars but you're talking about the dealership here. If you're not sure how hard it is to replace please take the car to a reputable mechanic, as the ABS is a safety control feature and if you and your friend install it incorrectly then you may have an accident in which you or someone else may be seriously hurt and it would be your own fault. On a lighter note check that you have the correct level of brake fluid and that all your brake pads have sufficient lining on them, bleed your brake lines of air as this will cause the pedal problem that you described.
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