Question about Ford Mustang
Try bleeding the brake system .. It sounds like one or more of your calipers are locked up... Open all the bleeders an see if the fluid starts to drip constantly by itself.. Do Not Press The Break Pedal while all the bleeders are open.. If you do, you will have a lot of air get inside the brake system, an then you will have to bleed the entire system.... Also if you changed your brake pads, or shoes recently, make sure they are the correct ones.. Sometimes they look the same, but they maybe a little to thick... An if you do have rear shoes, make sure they are adjusted correctly.. If they are too tight, you will have a hard pedal... And last but least, make sure your Brake Booster is good.. If you press the brake pedal, an you hear a little air hiss from it, an then the pedal gets hard, then it's probably your brake booster.. I hope this info help... Good Luck
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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