Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
I have a 94 Camry V6. Brake light went on about a week ago but brakes seemed to work well. Yesterday while driving brakes completey failed. No stopping power at all. Brake goes all the way to the floor.
All modern cars have a dual brake system, this way if you would happen to spring a leak in your rear brakes, your front brakes still work. When one system fails, you get a brake light. In your case, the first place to start your troubleshooting is to check the fluid level in the brake reservoir. If either the front or back of the reservoir is empty, you have a leak. If both are still full, the most likely problem is your master cylinder failing. If you think you have a leak, look at the inside edges of all 4 wheels, and look for signs of brake fluid .
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