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INFO: QUESTION UN-CLEAR.

But we will take a stab at this one.

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If you are hearing air from around your brake pedal and it both increases with the amount of pressure your applying to the brakes you have a bad brake booster.

Hope the wild guess at your unclear question helps.

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David

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