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Brake peddle goes down all the way at stop lights

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Don't drive the vehicle again until this brake problem is solved.

Check brake fluid level is ok.
If level is low look for fluid leaks on the brake system.
The master cylinder may have failed.
Have the brake system checked by a mechanic.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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