Question about Renault Le Car
Most of your braking occurs at the front of the car, anyways, but you need to get those rear brakes checked...
If you have a split (front-rear) master cylinder, check that. Did the fluid level drop enough at any time such that the system may have "sucked air" into the rear system only?
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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