Question about Ford Focus
Could be but usually with air in the brake line if you pump the pedal two or three times you usually get enough pedal to stop the vehicle. I would suspect an empty master cylinder, or leaking wheel cylinder or caliper or possibly a leaking brake line might be the cause of your problem.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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