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2000 expedition pedal adjustment is stuck. Any ideas?

When the brakes are applied it makes a strange noise?

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If the brake pedal makes a crunching noise,try flushing out the brake fluid. For some reason after flushing the noise goes away. I hope this helps,goodluck.

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