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1999 VOLVO S70
The brake pedal on my S70Volvo is hard to push down and doesn't feel like they're going to stop the car. The fluid looks full. Any ideas?
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Thursday, July 14th, 2011 AT 9:22 PM
Check the vacuum hose to the power brake booster. Pull it off while the engine is running. If there's lots of vacuum, (the engine might stall), replace the booster.
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