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Looking for recomended periodic brake fluid replacement

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Every year or two

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I got a big problem with the brakes on my 82 van dura when im cruzing down the road my brakes some times start to lock up i have to pull over and let them cool off before they'll release. new calipers


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Please replace TMC and drain old brake fluid, flush with new one and then fill new brake fluid which is recomended by your car company.

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This vehicle is NOT safe to operate.
The Brake fluid is leaking on to the back side of your floor board carpet OR it is filling up the Brake booster.

RECOMENDATION:
Replace brake master cylinder.

INSPECT:
1. To inspect pull up the carpet from behind the brake peddle you should see that paint is pealing off of the fire wall and you may even see this from under the hood under the master cylinder.
2. A little more difficult but it is possible that brake fluid is filling the brake vacuum booster and may require removal to see if it is. IF fluid is entering the booster it will need to be replaced.

Hope this tip helps.

R/
David

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The brakes locked up after the car had been sitting in garage for a long period of time. Any solution other than towing to service station?


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Changed brake pads. Now my car is periodically difficult to stop and brake pedal gets soft.


this is soooooooooooo simple. i should charge you. these are the things i want you to do first.
1. make sure you have enuff brake fluid in the master cylinder.
2.check to see if you are leaking fluid look on ground and rim.
now with that no loss fuid you may need your brakes to be bled.
if you do it could be a lose bolt on the calibrator where the fuild goes in. or the bleeder screw is lose. cracked hose line ( not likely ). so i hope this helps

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I would recomend to check the wheel bearing

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