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Old 02-08-2003, 03:07 PM
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I HAVE A 78 TRANS AM DISC FRONT DRUM REAR WHEN I HIT THE BRAKES KIND OF HARD THE REAR WHEEL DRIVERS
SIDE WHEEL LOCKS UP AND IT DOESNT FEEL LIKE THE FRONT BRAKES ARE GRABBING HARD

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Old 02-08-2003, 03:18 PM
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just an idea, but have you checked the adjustment on your right-side rear shoes? maybe there's too much slack on that cylinder, causing only the driver's side to lock, and causing less pressure at the front of the system.

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Yes I had that problem......When my front right brake line was split.Is your master cylinder full, in other words are you leaking out of a line. Steve
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NO LEAKS MASTER CYL FULL BUT PEDAL IS KIND OF HARD TO PUSH
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Well........Hmmmmm.........Been bled recently??? . I don't know I just had the same thing happen to me. Steve
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[quote]Originally posted by MIKE T:
<strong>NO LEAKS MASTER CYL FULL BUT PEDAL IS KIND OF HARD TO PUSH</strong><hr></blockquote>

Check your power brake booster. You master cylinger may be leaking in the booster.
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