Question about Mitsubishi Diamante
The brakes have failed twice now with no warnning there is no fluid loss at all. The abs light did finaly come on
Its probably a mastercylinder internal bypass meaning theres no pressure going to the wheels its internally loosing pressure which would explain no fluid loss,check to see if theres any moisture at the back or the Master cylinder where it bolts to the brake booster,but from past experiences this would be the problem its unlikley the A.B.S unit has failed
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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