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My brakes to the land Rover 98 seem to not be working properly. I have to slam the brake pedal to the floor and it still doesn't stop.. What can i do ???

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Since many issues can cause brake failure and the brakes are very important to your safety as well as the safety of others, Please have your brakes checked out at a local brake shop.
Have you had the brake pads replaced lately?
Have you heard any strange noises when using the brakes?

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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