low brake pedal
I have a low brake pedal but the pads on all four wheel appear very good
(changed about 10k miles ago). Park pedal is also low. Did a test with the
Park pedal lightly engaged and it did not raise noticeably the brake pedal
on a stop. Oh, fluid level has been normal with no need to add whatsoever.
Any thoughts on where to start trouble shooting?
-george, 2000 ML320
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