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Hello everyone

I apologies if this sort of thread has been made before.

I have a 2001 Range Rover with pretty mushy breaks. The other day I decided to take the front tires of to check the pads. When I did, they all still had plenty of padding left. So then I checked the back, and it was the same. I checked the brake fluid and it was right in between the MAX and MIN. line. I am a little confused on what is happening. Help?


Thanks in advance,

Best Regards,
Pulaski
 

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SOunds like your accumulator may be failing. do you hear or feel the brake pump running almost every time you step on the brake pedal?
 

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Problem solved! I let the vehicle sit for about a week or so, and after that the brakes were way better. Thanks for the help.

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Gabriel Bozeman
 
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