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Old 10-26-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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I have been reading the forums and can not determin if my brake issue is the same. I have 2003 fleetwood southwind with the w22 chassis and I just got it. I noticed on my way home the brakes work, but if you hold the pedal it goes to the ground. I dont know the history of the coach but to me it seems like the master cylinder. According to the recall my vin is not affected but it makes me wonder, brake fluid, cracked rotors, abs, or just the master cylinder, any info would be appreciated. Just trying to find out if your issiues are like mine or its just a basic brake failure and nothing more
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I have been reading the forums and can not determin if my brake issue is the same. I have 2003 fleetwood southwind with the w22 chassis and I just got it. I noticed on my way home the brakes work, but if you hold the pedal it goes to the ground. I dont know the history of the coach but to me it seems like the master cylinder. According to the recall my vin is not affected but it makes me wonder, brake fluid, cracked rotors, abs, or just the master cylinder, any info would be appreciated. Just trying to find out if your issiues are like mine or its just a basic brake failure and nothing more
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Old 10-26-2008, 04:45 PM   #3
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If you hold your foot on the brake pedal and it goes slowly to the floor and there are no leaks the master cyl. needs to be replaced. As for the rest of the system I would highly recomend that you have the whole brake system checked.
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