The Brake pedal is a huge Pedal. Move your foot over.. Be less lazy in your foot placement. Its an 08 so i'm assuming fairly new to you.. Its gotta be different from what your used too. Sit up straight, slide your seat up..move your foot over, and drive. Sleeping is for Beds..
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Then you have a massive leak somewhere as the brake peddle should not go all the way to the floor without some low break fluid indication. I would check brakes at each wheel as something isn't right or your not seeing it. Have someone pump the pedal and look to see if after the wheel is removed that the brake actually tightens and loosens. Remember that 4 wheels means 4 brakes, but master brake cylinder (where you add brake fluid) could be bad.
REAR BREAK LINE IS RUSTED OUT I HAVE 96 LT CUT OUT AT RAER DRIVER SIDE JUST IN FRONT REAR WHEEL AND SPLICE BUT YOUR FUEL LINES WON;T BE FAR BEHIND THE DISIGEN SUCKS IVE HAD TO DO IT GAS TANK ALL FUEL LINES ASK ME THERE SHOULD BE A CLASS ACTION LAW SUITE AGAINST GM OVER FUEL SYSTEM GOOD LUCK
It is a defective brake booster. When the internal diaphram of the brake booster develops cracks or pinholes from age, the crankcase vacume pulls air through the defective break booster diaphram from the air intake valve located on the rod connected to the brake peddle. At first the air leak sound my change or even go away when the brake peddle is depressed. But over time the booster diaphram will detierorieate to the point where the air leak sound will be contiuious. This is a problem that should be addressed ASAP as a defective break booster reduces the power assist to the break peddle and may make it difficult to apply enough break pressure to stop in an emergency situation.
Have the brakes checked by a certfied brake shop right away.
The wire is white and starts at the switch on the break peddle and goes in the body harness on the driver side of the van and goes all the way to the back where it splits for the top break light and both break lights in the back.
If you are not getting any voltage in the back I would check right at the break peddle switch and go from there. Good luck