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Breaking problem My break pedal on cold and warm days will not push down and will not break for a couple of seconds but then releases thereafter. Should i take it in and get looked at from Nissan?

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The Problem is the Brake Master Cylinder. This is a Common repair and it will fix The problem Stated above. Let me know if you need more Help! Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help I can get! Thanks!

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I would definately take it in and have it looked at before it causes you to have an accident

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