Breaks quit working.

Asked by KCCarprobs Nov 23, 2019 at 08:08 PM about the Buick LeSabre

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2004 Buick LeSabre  my brakes
became soft. We put new fluid in. We drove
about 10 Mike's and suddenly the medal
gave way to floor with no breaks. I put more
fluid in but still hardly any pressure when u
pump them up. Any clues to what it may be
or what I should do?

3 Answers

12,495

ya gotta take it to a guy. better still, betcha AAA will tow it for free~ to the nearest service place, you might research Master cylinder, brake calipers and hoses, replacement, with 2004 has seen a bit of service, do not drive, get 'er fixed with a decent repair service~

68,055

You have a leak or you have a bad master cylinder. Obviously you can't drive it anymore without brakes, so tow it to a shop.

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17,075

One of the brake lines probably rusted out . Park it and find the leak/problem . Or take it to a garage for god knows how much . Those are good cars , if you have the $$ or ability keep it . I have an 2002 and have done a lot of work on it .

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