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My question is, what do i do now that i dont have "any" brakes after they gave out while i was driving?

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    yes it actually was very helpful information confirming what i was thinking, there's another question now to be more specific that i've posted and i would like for this same person to see if i narrowed it down any further please?

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HI. Follow the check list is have put together below to isolate the issue at hand:

A. Brakes- Check to see if your pads or drum shoes are in working condition. Usually there will be a loud squealing noise at the rotor or drum. This will signal that the pad material has worn, thus, not making contact with the rotor or drum assembly. If you are hearing a grinding noise or squealing at this area, this will confirm that the brake pads or drum shoes will need to be replaced.

B. Brake fluid - Check to be sure that optimal pressure is being sent to the brake assemblies around your vehicle. The pressure is created by the use of a compression device called the master cylinder. This device works in conjunction with brake fluid(DOT3) and connecting brake lines and calibers, which are mounted on each front rotor assembly. if you have a drum assembly in the rear sections, this will be partially mechanical in design. In that case, check to make sure that the linkages are intact and not loose or disengaged. Concerning the front rotor; check the reservoir for leaks and all corresponding lines to and from the master cylinder/booster. Make sure that there are no visible leaks or kinks at the master cylinder, brake lines,front calibers and reservoir, as well. Any leaks in the areas stated will decrease pressure that is needed to allow for optimal performance in your braking system. If your brake peddle is able to travel all the way to the floor board when pressed, this will confirm that your master cylinder has failed, or there is a severe leak in the system.

C. Brake booster - Make sure the vaccum lines are connected to this device. if they are, be sure to inspect for worn vacuum lines or booster issues.


  • You will find the culprit in one or all of the areas stated above in the list. I suspect that the master cylinder rear seal may be leaking.

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