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1996 honda accord ex; brakes sometimes are spongy and brake pedal goes all the way to floor same thing with clutch, other times brakes and clutch are normal, no spongy feeling.

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Has there been any recent work done to the vehicle? Do you have ABS? Thanks!!

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Most likely time for some new pads/shoes and check rotors/drums

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