Question about 2002 Ford Escape
Check your brake fluid level because it sounds like you are losing pressure, possibly a leak. If work has been done to your front brakes recently they may not have bled them properly. Behind your brake caliper you will see a thin hose leading into a nut. You can bleed your brakes though this but don't attempt unless you are familiar with hydraulics and fluid pressures due to safety concerns.
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