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I have a 2000 lincoln ls and the brake pedal is stiff and i dont hear the abs activating even while emergency braking

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If the pedal is stiff but the brakes still operate OK the power brake booster is not operating correctly. Most of the time the problem is a clogged, cracked or split vacuum line from the mainfold to the booster.

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