Question about 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have a 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix. The brakes were fine until yesterday when the car slid on ice, off edge of road onto the bank. It was sitting at about a 30 degree sideways angle. The e-brake light came on. We pulled it back onto the road, but now the e-brake light is on and the brake pedal is very spongy. I looked underneath and did not see any leaks or broken brake lines. I checked around the master cylinder and didn't see any leaks. The reservoir is rather low, but not empty. Could it be that the master cylinder just sucked in some air while it was sitting sideways?
If your missing brake fluid you go a leak some were. Have the car put on a lift and looked at you can't see all leaks by just looking under the car.
Posted on Feb 10, 2014
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