Your brake pedal feels soft, one reason for this could be
a low brake pedal indicates worn brake pads and shoes.have then replaced
if brake pedal is soft , either there is air in the system ,a brake fluid leak, or brake linings and pads are worn allowing the pedal to travel to far if there is a fluid leak, this can usually be found by getting under vehicle and looking at inside of wheels for brake fluid
Soft pedal is caused by air in the system. Bleed the brakes starting at RR, then LR, RF, and ending at LF.
out of brake fluid?
On the undwerside of the dash attached to the brake pedal.
Brake system has air in it.
you still have air in your lines
Yes, sometimes it is.
Start the engine and then push the brake pedal down. If it is soft and easy to push then the booster is okay. If booster is BAD the brake pedal would be hard to push.
Air in the brake system. You need to bleed the air out of the system.
Air trapped in the brake lines. Bleed your brakes and that will solve the problem.
Air in the system. -Get it checked by a pro, ASAP.
It probably means that you need to visit a mechanic. Soft brake pedal feel can mean that air has gotten into the fluid lines. There could be other issues like worn-out pads or rotors.
Air in the system. Bleed the brake system.
Your brake system may have air in the lines. When did you last check fluid level .
If the brake pedal is soft on a 1997 Ford F-150, then there is a good chance that there is air in the brake line. This can be remedied by bleeding the brakes system.
Could be the master cylinder is bypassing.
it sounds like to me that your master cylinder might be bad
most likely it is air in system
Air trapped in the system. Bleed the brakes.
Typically, that comes from having air in the lines.
a soft pedal could be the result of worn down linings, like the rear brakes needing adjustment, leaking hydraulic cylinders....
It is above the brake pedal not under it. Follow the brake pedal bracket all the way up and you will see the brake pedal switch.