Question about 2002 Ford E350
A very hard pedal that will hardly stop you is generally something is rusted solid two things to look for are caliper slides and the pads themselves the slides are what the piston attaches and move across and they can usually be sanded cleaned and greased and there good as new the pads will rust in place and the entire sureface they sit on will require cleaning and greasing but moe than likely the pads will be ruined because either way its like riding the brakes all the time but if that all looks good it is possible to have a bad power booster buit more than likely its just time for a brake job hope this helps good luck
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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