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When I press on the breaks, I can hear what sounds like air from inside the dash and the pedal goes to the floor. Master cyl seems to be working ok.

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  • Kelly Hall Jul 15, 2008

    Thanks for the reply. The fluid level is the first thing I thought of because the pedal went to the floor. The only thing I've done to the truck recently was change out the high pressure line for the power steering. I think it's going to be the power brake booster. I've never had a problem like this one and can't afford to be wrong on the parts.

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Check for brake fluid you must be losing it some where,did you recently had something done with the brakes you might have air in the lines and have to bleed the system,if you didnt check for leaks looking at the back of the tires to see if thers brakefluid on the tires or on the ground,if this helps please vote me a fix ya

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