Having problems with your 1993 Ford Taurus ?
Is there simple adjustment to correct a problem with the brake pedal travelling too close to floorboard?
That is usually a sign that rear brakes are out of adjustment,or worn out .should inspect .entire brake system. if at first pedal feels OK when pumped up but then starts to fade to floor , that would be a sine that the master cylinder is bad ..but if feeling spongy that would be a sine that the system has air in it and would need to be bleed out. / If you don't have experience in auto repair? i would suggest that you take it to some place like Midas,for a brake inspection/ it may cost you about 20$ for the inspection,but from that you will know what is needed / then you could call around &git a quote from others. hope this help save you some cash. Have a if you have any further questions feel free to ask. Good Day.
No. This usually indicates the Master Cylinder is Low, Leaking or there is a problem in your braking system. If you have previously heard a Squeaking sound when braking you may have worn your pads down to the point that the cylinders may have had a seal come unseated and start to leak. You need to have your brakes and master cylinder inspected and repaired before you experience brake failure.
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