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THE CHIEF

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I JUST BOUGHT A 2WD 19 LT AND THE BRAKES ARE SUPER SENSITIVE, I THOUGHT I WOULD GET USED TO IT BUT NO IT'S REALLY HARD TO DRIVE ESPECLIALLY AT LOW SPEED. ANY THOUGHTS?
 

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Hey Chief,

Welcome to the group! I would visually inspect the brakes and make sure there is no rust warping, or wear. Make sure the brake fluid isn't over full. You could always try flushing the old fluid and adding new, to eliminate any chance of contamination.
 

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Hey Chief,

Welcome to the group! I would visually inspect the brakes and make sure there is no rust warping, or wear. Make sure the brake fluid isn't over full. You could always try flushing the old fluid and adding new, to eliminate any chance of contamination.
OK THX FOR THE ADVISE.
 

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A thought - these have an electric vacuum pump, perhaps it is providing too much boost? I'm told they are inexpensive (@ $40 at the dealer I think) and easy to change.
 

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A thought - these have an electric vacuum pump, perhaps it is providing too much boost? I'm told they are inexpensive (@ $40 at the dealer I think) and easy to change.
THX IJUST BOUGHT TI SO IT'S UNDER WARENTEE
 

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