Question about 1991 Lincoln Town Car
This could be caused by a number of things, but the first, and usually least expensive option is the rubber brake hoses that go from the steel lines to the calipers. Note: you will need new brake fluid after doing this. Remove the brake hoses from both the caliper end and the steel line end. Rinse the inside of the hose with water to push any remaining brake fluid out. Once it's clean, look through the hose into the light. If the inside layers are separated, they need replaced. This will run you $20 to $40 depending on the quality and store. If they are normal looking, let them dry out, and put the lines back on their original places. Refill the brake fluid and bleed the brake lines.
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