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Brakes brake doesn't stop,when i facing a enmergency stop??? I had drove the Ford Freestar mini van for a years,it's brake never make me feel good.so I had the brake pad replaced month ago (AP..).after that, i feel the brake is more soft,then i found it is hard to stop when i have stop it suddenly ,even doesn't feel it is stopping.I took it back,they said no thing wrong,now i don't feel save to drive it,can't follow the other car as close as it suppose to be! anyone knows Freestar mini van's brake any good.are they all like that?

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    I have the same problem with mine as well. When I complained to the dealership, they also told me that it was normal and nothing wrong.

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Sounds like your abs feature is in-operative(that's the one that won't allow the wheels to lock-up when the brake is applied in an emergency)the abs system should pulse your brakes during an emergency application of pressure on the pedal,i'd get to a dealer immediately (and i mean don't go anywhere else until this problem is corrected)

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