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I just changed my spark plugs and oil/filter and my brake pedal is real hard to push and won't stop the van. This is the first time I've changed the spark plugs and I may have knocked something loose however everything looks okay from the top. It's a 2002 Chrysler Town & Country V6 3.3L front wheel drive.

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Check for a vacuum leak at or near brake booste. you may have a hose thats come loose or its bad.

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