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Old 03-28-2004, 07:33 PM
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The Front Brakes Won't work... What could be the problem... I have the Whole Setup just need to install it but i don't want to go to that trouble if not needed....

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Old 03-28-2004, 07:43 PM
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Have you taken the wheels off and looked at the pads and rotors yet?

More info would help.

What do you mean by"Not working"?
Pads aren't moving, truck won't stop?
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Truck won't stop i don't think that it is the break pads. i was told that it was the Brake booster...
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Not meaning to cause you to strain yourself, I have to ask for more information. If you want help, you need to be willing to do someof the work, and provide as much info as you can about the vehicle and problem. A description of the problem would include how the pedal feels, like if it is hard to push, spongy, or goes to the floor. What was done before the problem showed up? What has been checked?

An added note....My truck has "Brake" pads. If you have "break" pads, that may be part of the problem.
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and take a wheel or two off and have a look-see.
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