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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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2000 ford tauress 3.0

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we loose the brakes intermitenly. you can drive it for two weeks and it will be just fine then it goes to the floor pump it a couple of times you have brakes again. we installed new master cylinder and change out the fluid. this one has me stumped a bit

thanks for any replies

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It is a computer issue. Had the same problem with a taurus replaced booster master cylinder etc ended up going to dealer and it was something with the computer control on the brake. Sorry for the details. it sucks but anymore i wont deal with brakes because of the darn computer systems. Good luck

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it has rear drums and there is no leaks any where im thinking its the abs system but it dont act like the abs is activating

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Brakes are something to not mess with, if they arent working correctly, get it fixed asap! Sure the abs HCU could cause this concern, but it isnt common to happen. I would bring it in to a dealer or a good shop that has the proper equipment to diagnose the problem, rather then throwing a $700 part at it.

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