2002 Dodge Durango V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 97000 miles
I have 02" dodge durango. I have failed inspection for brakes. The inspection paperwork show that front brakes are not proportionate to the rear brakes. It looks on the diagram like the rear brakes are activating sooner and then finnally the front. I do notice it also while driving. All brake pads are newer, replaced less than year ago. When I apply brakes it seems as if the truck starts slowing down but I have to push pedal harder then finnally hit a point in pedal where truck kinda jolts to a stop. It feels af if the front brakes are engaging till I get further in the pedal and when I hit it hard enough and get to that point ithe fronts come on and truck stops hard. I have checked all pads and shoes and bled system. I'm thinking of replacing master cylinder, does this seem like the right step to take? I really need to get through inspection besides the point that it does seem dangerous to drive do to it seeming like there is not much braking then finnally pushing harder and jolting to a stop. Any help is much appriciated. Thank you.
Friday, October 10th, 2008 AT 10:51 PM