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1996 HONDA ACCORD FRONT BRAKE LOCK UP AFTER

1996 HONDA ACCORD FRONT BRAKE LOCKS UP AFTER DRIVING FOR A WHILE.
THE BRAKE PEDAL BECOMES HARD AND THE CAR VIBRATES

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  • MURPHYKETTLE May 11, 2009

    I DID CHANGE THE MASTER CYLINDER, BOOSTER PUMP AND THE PRESSURE REGULATOR,

  • MURPHYKETTLE May 11, 2009

    I have changed the cylinder, booster pump, and the pressure regulator but the problem still arises after driving for a while

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    front brakes keep locking constanly when driving the car

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That vehicle is equipped with a vacuum assist brake booster that sounds like it is malfunctioning which would cause a stiff pedal that pushes back against you.

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  • That vehicle is equipped with a vacuum assist brake booster that sounds like it is malfunctioning which would cause a stiff pedal that pushes back against you.

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Check that the master cylinder is not locking on with a pressure build up the cyl may need replacing probly does

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