Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2004 07:27:45 -0400
From: cs <cbsnospam.net>
Subject: Re: '94 9000 CSE - brake pedal sinking to floor


Fritz, what year/model is your 9000 w/ABS? I posed my original question because the Saabsite.com doesn't show the ABS cars having a brake master cylinder. On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 00:25:45 GMT, "Fritz001k" <Fritz001knospamottabekidding.com> wrote: >More often than not, it is the spring inside the master cyl that brakes and >surprise...the pedal drops to the floor. Mine died at 45K miles in the >middle of an intersection. I was not impressed. Repair bill was around 350- >400. >"cs" <cbsnospam.net> wrote in message >news:k6jnh0dns5hhf7ghpouggb04lgodvl8cmtnospamcom... >> I have a sinking brake pedal on my '94 9K CSE - I went to the >> Saabsite.com, and find this for non-ABS: >> >> "when sitting at a stop sign or stop light with your foot on the brake >> pedal that the pedal seems to continue to move toward the floor very >> slowly. The rubber seals in the master cylinder tend to wear around >> the edges causing leaking past the seals. Replacement of the master >> cylinder is the repair" >> >> So what is the likely failed part for an ABS system? The accumulator? >> >

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