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My brake pedal suddenly got hard and I have very

My brake pedal on my 2003 ford E 350 suddenly got hard and I have very little brakes.

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Brake servo diaphragm has gone renew the brake servo ,but first check the hose from the manifold to the servo ,,or if a diesel check for a vacumn from the vac pump

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