Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Check your Brake Booster. It is located in the Engine compartment. Check the large vacum line attached to that for leaks and make sure it is connected. If it is and you have vacum on the line while the engine is running then your brake Booster is bad and needs replaced. This assumes you have no leaks anywhere else on any wheel caliper and that the brakes and calipers are properly installed. For further troubleshooting and repair steps I recommend the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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