Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
Welcome to FordTough. I'd have to agree with the master cylinder diagnosis. However, contaminated brake fluid or overheated brakes. Also, if you have them, rear brake adjusters. Calipers seizing may also give a similar feel. Ex-wives/husbands/partners could be affecting the brakes. The booster could be a problem but would have a very different feel. Check for vacuum leaks. If it's hydro-boost, then check your power steering fluid level. Around here, keep a sense of humour handy. We have a tendency to poke the bear.
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