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Brake problem Recently have had issue when applying brakes, brake goes all way to floor and couldn't stop vehicle. When got vehicle finally stopped and tried brakes again seem to work ok. Are you aware of any problems with brakes failing?

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  • odyssey96 May 31, 2008

    very fast response...

  • wolfmanhanso Jun 17, 2008

    Brakes are fine when driving, but when I come to a complete stop the brakes go all the way to the floor and I start drifting forward. Does not happen all the time. Had to brake shop and they replaced brake pads, rotors, and flushed the lines. Picked up the van and the same thing happened 2 days later. The van is back in the shop waiting for a correct diagnosis. Any advice?

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Master cylinder is failing or not enough fluid in the resevoir <<< (spell check) animal chewed threw brake line faulty hardware on brake failing
take into nearest brake tech for inspection

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