1997 Toyota Corolla Q&A

1997 Toyota Corolla Question: brakes go to floor

Answer 1
IF brake fluid level is still ok... Master cylinder has failed.... Most likely! -
Answer 2
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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