Question about 1989 Ford Taurus
Check your master cylinder fluid level. only use brake fluid to bring to proper level. if it's empty you have a leak somewhere in the hydraulic system and need to get it repaired. fill it up push/pump the pedal look under car and at backside of each wheel you will see where it's leaking. If you see fluid you need to get it repaired. ~a car that won't run is an inconvenience and a car that won't stop is a problem~
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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