brakes go to floor on 1997 Toyota Corolla

by in Terre Haute, IN on August 04, 2014
2 answers
ANSWER by on August 04, 2014
IF brake fluid level is still ok... Master cylinder has failed.... Most likely!
ANSWER by on August 04, 2014
You may have air or a leak in your brake lines as well. In either case, it is NOT SAFE to drive the vehicle in that condition as your brakes may fail to work entirely.
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