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Old 05 Jan 2011, 10:16 pm
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Default i have a 1994 honda accord lx and the brake pedal is stuck?

i have a 1994 honda accord lx and the brake pedal is stuck which causes and the car not to move for only 5 miles per hour. how do i fix it?
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Old 05 Jan 2011, 10:31 pm
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Brake master cylinder could be kaput?, brake caliper could be kaput? Best to have a mechanic look at it.

I'm going with the master cylinder.
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