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Hello, I have an 89 ford bronco II with a 2.9

Hello, I have an 89 ford bronco II with a 2.9 liter engine. My issue is brakes. The brakes seem to be "slow" to grab and hold. New master cyclinder. The brake pedal is firm. Fluid level is full, no apparent leaks. Brake light stays on along with ABS light. Any suggestions for a shade tree mechanic?

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Could be that you have one or more brake lines rotting internally and plugging the line. Check for a soft spot in the brake lines.

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