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When breaking, the pedal goes straight to the floor and doesn't feel safe and isn't breakin sharp

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Your Brake Master Cylinder has failed. Do not drive this car until you get it fixed.

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Break pedal goes straight to the floor. ABS & Break light is on


the problem is in the brake master cylinder or brake system you have a problem , probably in a leaking line or cylinder and there is probably no oil in the reservoir at all
The abs light has been telling you for a year that you have a brake problem but you happily ignored that signal and put yourself and others at risk
You will be incapable of fixing this fault yourself so take it to an accredited brake shop specialist and have the job done properly

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Have you checked the thing under the brake pedal? I can't recall what it is, a regulator or tensioner or something?

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I have the same problem, well, DIDN'T until I spent some time upstate which allowed my brother to repo my baby! (Against my wishes, and even KNOWLEDGE, of course!) Have yet to diagnose the EXACT cause of this, but I know for a FACT every vehicle he has ever driven has this problem, and it doesn't surprise me with the way he drives! Just CRAZY! Like a straight up IDIOT! Even between stoplights: ******* the gas/slam on the breaks/gas to the floor/slam on the breaks, repeat, repeat, repeat... turn left, you're home. That's how he drives! I honestly believe when he presses so ******* the breaks the ABS engages to prevent skidding, but he presses so hard and for so long, even AGAINST the ABS trying to push the pedal back UP that it never really disengages once he finally DOES let off the breaks, and when the ABS discontinues resisting it is either "unaware" or "can't tell" that the breaks have been released because of how adimantly they had been pushed for an extended period of time. Not sure if this is true, I'm not a mechanic, but that's my personal opinion, and I'm taking it to my grave! I'm sorry this isn't much help, as I have still yet to discover how to "turn it off," because my TCS doesn't work while it's on, either, and that, too, is annoying as ****!!!!

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Have no brake pressure, pedal goes straight to floor, put on new calipers and pads and bled the lines but I am no better off.


Sounds like a bad brake booster. To test, pump up the brakes with the engine off. While holding the brake pedal down,start the car. The brake pedal should drop a couple of inches and hold. If it doesn't, replace the booster.

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Clutch pedal goes strait to the floor??clutch won't bleed up??


It has air bubbles on the piping, fill the deposit with brake solution, and push and pull the clutch pedal with your hand it doesn't matter if it goes straight to the floor if that happens pull it with your hand, repeat that as if you are bleeding it up, then disconnect the piping beneath the car, the air bubbles will be forced out, then reconnect the piping and repeat the procedure, push and pull the clutch pedal like a 100 times, then disconnect the piping and reconnect. The clutch pedal should be able to go back when there is no air on the piping. If that doesn't work, replace your clutch pump

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My abs light comes on and my trackion light shuts off and the pedal goes to the floor . Ihave new breaks and there is no problem , this is on a 2000 pontiac grand prix what could it be and is it safe to...


If the brake pedal goes to the floor with the car off, I would suspect air in the system or some other issue with the service brakes. If you feel and hear a growl in the pedal when it goes to the floor then your abs controller may be at fault. There are many possibilities. In either case if your pedal goes to the floor, then you are looking at a safety issue. Generally the service brake system (regular brake system) is the fault and not the abs. I have however seen a sticking dump valve or faulty wheel speed sensor cause an abs issue. Start with the basics first. Leaky wheel cylinders/ calipers, brake lines, or master cylinder. Verify the hydraulic integrity of the service brakes before tackling an abs issue.

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Adjusting the front break


did you change the front, back or both. if it was just the front then you need to put new back brakes in because that's were most of your brake pedal feel comes from. if it was both i would start looking at your brake system to see were the rear brake adjustment valve is and then start fiddling with it till it feels better.

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