My mechanic has checked the fluid, checked mechanicals at all for corners, checked the pads, bled the lines and found no leaks and nothing wrong. The brakes used to engage within an inch or so of applying my foot. A fe days ago, after I engaged the anti-lock brakes on a slippery road, the pedal got really long. I can barely fit my foot between the pedal and the floorboard. What is wrong?
Why does my brake pedal travel so close to the floor before engaging the brakes? on 2007 Mercury Milan
by faster2662 in Mason, MI on December 27, 2012
ANSWER by globalhelper , December 27, 2012
IF CAR HAS REAR DRUM BRAKES IT COULD BE IN NEED OF ADJ OR POSS MASTER CYL IS BYPASSING FLUID INTERNALLY