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2000 grand cherokee ltd.Brake problem

2000 grand cherokee ltd. when i first start the jeep the brake pedal goes near the floor but when i release the petal and reapply the brakes the petal seems ok and the jeep stops fine, same thing happens next time i start it .the brake fluid is at full in reservoir.

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  • bryant Apr 14, 2009

    With this problem is there any chance of the brakes not working while I am driving it? My appointment with the dealer isnt for a few days

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You need break booster what happen is when you tern the car of the vacuum leaks out when you start the car its take time to build the vacuum that's why it does not work at first time then its come back

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  • jigmaster Apr 15, 2009

    you should be OK but still leave enough space in front of you

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