Brake problems? on 1992 Chevrolet S10 Blazer

I have noticed that when i drive the my blazer, i am having to put the brake pedal to the floor board in order for it to start slowing down? What could the problem be?

by in Wendell, NC on October 11, 2012
3 answers
ANSWER by on October 11, 2012
check brake fluid if its low you probably have a leak somwhere if you cant see anything on the ground then pull the back wheels and check wheel cylinders for leaks and adjust the brakes
ANSWER by on October 11, 2012
are you adding alot of brk fluid? you could have a fluid leak at any wheel or master cyl ck that 1st. your brk booster could be going out if pedal is hard but has no stopping pwr
ANSWER by on October 11, 2012
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