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Soft breaks on fiesta finesse when i put foot on break it went to floor....then drove a bit more and it has hardened up a bit...have to drive car next couple of days for work and as its easter don't know what to do....could it be break fluid?

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Yes you should add some brake fluid now before you drive anymore. They might have to be bleed if you got air in the lines from lack of fluid.

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