Question about 1994 Chevrolet Corsica
The rear brakes lock up when barely applying pedal. Inspected and readjusted rear brakes but no help. Everything looks OK visually. The only thing that I noticed different was the driver's side didn't seem to be worn quite as much as the passenger side shoes. The pedal works fine a few times and then goes to floor, then it comes back up pushing my foot up with it?
You have a bad master cylinder my friend, all the braking force is going to the rear hence the lockup, the front brakes most likely don't do anthing, all mdern brake systems are split, so you have at least 2 wheels working, in effect the car has 2 master cylinders in one unit.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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