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Toyota 4runner 1999 the pedal is hard

I'm drive my car Toyota 4runner the brake pedal is under pressure when was driving I loose the brake but the oil is in right level max no leaking why is not work the breake

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May be a bad brake booster or vacuum leak to the booster

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