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I have a 2001 7.3. When I apply the brakes very quickly they work until i slow down to about 10 MPH then the pedal goes down to the floor or if i reapply the brakes. If I apply the brakes slowly at any speed the pedal goes down to the floor. Any solutions or recommendations?
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Have you looked around for a fluid leak?


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I would check all your caliper slide pins are greased and moving, pads and calipers. If you find any leaks repair them. Do a good bleed on your brakes and see how it does after that.


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No Leaks, reservoir is full. Bled the lines to make sure there was no air. Power steering is working
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seals internally in master cyl are getting worn....time to replace master cyl.

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Yep master cylinder time. Make sure to bench bleed your master cylinder or you will have a hell of a time getting a good pedal


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