Sounds like something electronic unless the brake booster has failed(check the power steering fluid level as it works both steering and brakesmhajjar said:Fluid full, service brake system light, traction control light, stability sys disabled? What's going on???
Ouch I know how that feels except not on my truck it was on my car(which doesn't have a warning sensor you just hear a whistling noise as the pedal is worked and it isn't a easy job to do yourself6lbsofSound said:The master for the brakes is done. If the pedal sinks with no pressure it means either a leak or the master. Nothing electronic as the sensors are telling you there is an issue. Check the master as it sounds it failed.
Sounds about right to me.The master for the brakes is done. If the pedal sinks with no pressure it means either a leak or the master. Nothing electronic as the sensors are telling you there is an issue. Check the master as it sounds it failed.
Wake I had it worse in my 79 cordoba almost every time is hit the brakes the engine would die due to the vacuum leak from where the diaphragm had ruptured from age(almost rear ending someone is NOT fun) the darn brakes was always spongy after it ruptured) luckily I haven't drove it since I started restoring the car and I am replacing the booster as I do the workwake said:Sounds about right to me.
Be very careful and have it towed to a shop if you're not repairing it yourself. I know it makes sense but sometimes people don't realize what a chance they are taking by driving it just around the corner or one last time to the shop.
I lost a master cylinder on my 88 Camaro about 20 years ago, it failed while pulling into my garage and I had to use the emergency brake to keep from hitting the washer/dryer at the end. The scary thing was it gave pretty much no warning. I had just gotten off a 70mph freeway run and it got spongy making the turn onto my block, failed at the next application of the brake going into my garage.