What Causes a Hard Brake Pedal?

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A hard brake pedal can be caused by something as simple as the brake getting stuck or a power booster being bad. Additionally, a hard brake pedal can be caused by a faulty brake pad that leads to overheating of brake fluid.
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Possibility air in the brake line master cylinder is going out not pumping enough fluid to the breaks or could even be a motor mount loose and motor shifting a little bit when u break
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