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2000 silerado sometimes brake pedel goes to floor on low speed stops

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  • Frank Ferree Nov 06, 2010

    Hello, does the brake pedal chatter also?

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Brake pedal shouldn't go to floor for any reason. Check brake fluid level. If high, then there is a problem with the master cylinder.

If the fluid is low, add until the proper level and check for leaks in the brake lines.

Is there an ABS light on?

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