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Intermittent brake failure

Twice in the last month the brake pedal on my 2004 vy acclaim II has gone to the floor resulting in no brakes for approximately 15 min then has come good

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Any leakage? If not, then I might be looking to a vacuum hose leaking, which will cause a low pedal effect. This is a serious issue and should be attended to by a qualified ASE mechanic right away.

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