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Hi Guys, new to the forum,

Got a brake problem with the above, and seen as though you lot on here have a wealth of experience and knowledge thought id try and pick your brains see what you think.

When you apply the brakes they hold on or stick, and are very slow to release. They stop the car as they should, it's just the pedal doesnt return as it should. If you pump the brake pedal while the engine is off, it does get hard and it does sink when you start the engine, so I think the servo might be ok. You can lift the pedal up with your left foot and its ok. I thought it could be a pipe running from the servo to the inlet manifold, when you remove this pipe, the pedal goes solid and it takes a lot of effort to stop but the pedal releases immediately as it should.

If its helps its a 2000 V6 with ABS.

Any help, thoughts or ideas are most welcome!

Neil
 
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Sounds like a possible cacked servo or master cylinder. Either way, get it towed to a garage to be inspected.
 

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Yeah thanks for that chopper, were almost sure that the issue is with the master cylinder, hopefully that should cure it.......

Cheers Neil
 
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