Question about 2005 Ford Mustang
Is the pedal dropping lower after the brake job?
You may have a fluid leak in the system....or require a brake adjustment and bleeding of the system to remove trapped air.
No matter.....do not drive it with questionable brakes!
If the problem is a dropping brake pedal without loss of fluid......it most likely needs a new master cylinder.
A bad master cylinder usually shows itself ......as a dropping brake pedal when a light steady pressure is applied to the pedal.
Usually a firm fast push on the pedal will maintain a higher pedal.
You must have your brake system checked......grinding noises and a dropping pedal and the work already done has to be looked at before driving this car.....and I would suggest by another shop other than the one that did your pads and rotors.
I would also strongly suggest having the car towed to be repaired.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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