Question about Pontiac Catalina
Oh - I misread your -'no leak' This is most likely a power booster problem. If there is a power booster on the car - replace it - if not - you have an internal leak in the master cylinder. The outside edge of the valve has collapsed and is allowing fluid to bypass it.
Thanks for your patience.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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