2001 Ford F150 V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 127000 miles
My brake pedal tends to go spongy when shifting from drive to reverse and vice versa. Typically when pulling into a parking spot and backing up to straighten out. They occassionally do it when I have not applied them hard enough when leaving a place either. When I say spongy, it feels as though they go to the floor. After the intial time to the floor they will not do it again until I change gears(drive/reverse) again. There are no fluid leaks, the brake fluid was changed by the dealership about 20k ago. I have bled the brakes as well, with no air in the lines. Is this a vacuum issue? If so is it the power booster or the the other vacuum thingy next to it on the fire wall? When I pulled the vacuum line on the booster there was plenty of vacuum on it.
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 13th, 2009 AT 8:44 AM