Question about 1997 Nissan Maxima
I would get under and around the car to check it out first.
no 1. Check for leaks, check the master cylinder reservoir if it's empty. If empty you are losing fluid and pressure.
2. Have you had or done any work on the car ...change a caliper or something. Maybe you have air in the system and it needs bleeding. If no leaks and you have not had any work done on it, then it's quite possible the master cylinder is the culprit.
Posted on Feb 01, 2015
This is caused by a defective brake master cylinder, have it replaced.
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