I recently drove 1992 Hond Accord LX (120,000 miles, automatic) on a road trip - about 1200 miles in 2 days. Car worked fine, no problems. Got back to the city, spent 1 hr in heavy traffic, stop/go/etc. Brakes worked fine, car stopped well. Then, after a second or two, the brake pedal seemed to get soft under my foot and slowly drifted to the floor (under constant pressure from my foot). This pressure was necessary, or the car started rolling. When the brake pedal was completely against the floor, the car started to roll slowly. I pumped the brakes, and it stopped again. Then the pedal drift. Do I need to replace everything?
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007 AT 11:01 PM