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Hi everyone, I have a 2006 650 Prowler and today while driving my brakes slowly went out. The pedal lowered a bit when I applied the brakes, then each time I applied the brakes it went down a little further until it now goes to the floor. I checked the master cylinder and it's full. Anybody have an idea where to look next? :wtf1:
 

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Hi everyone, I have a 2006 650 Prowler and today while driving my brakes slowly went out. The pedal lowered a bit when I applied the brakes, then each time I applied the brakes it went down a little further until it now goes to the floor. I checked the master cylinder and it's full. Anybody have an idea where to look next? :wtf1:
One thing that seams to happen to Prowlers is the same thing and replacing your brake fluid fixes it.
 

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Sorry for not replying earlier. No, not yet. The next day the pedal was up like it never happened. I'm guessing I over-heated the brakes and boiled the brake fluid. I'm going to change it this week and hope it never happens again....scary stuff having no brakes....
 

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Changing the brake fluid is commonly over looked. Make sure you use fresh fluid and ensure that no petroleum products come in contact with the new fluid or enter the brake master. Good luck.
 
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