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My 2001 Grand Cherokee limtied break pedal is going all the way down to floor when im trying to stop

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Hi! Few things to look at... Please check underneath the tires if there are brake fluid leakage. If there is, you will need to replace the caliper kit or the seal on the piston. Another thing that can cause this is a faulty brake master cylinder. If the seals on the brake master cylinder are worn the pedal will surely hit the floor. You will need to replace the brake master cylinder to resolve this. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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