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In this video I have a look at a 2014 GMC Yukon that has a customer complaint of a low brake pedal. It doesn’t take long to duplicate the customer complaint and find the cause. These systems work off from a vacuum pump and they are a pretty common failure item. -Enjoy!

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  1. Dasdfjkl

    Shame on Chevy for not putting out a recall for that.

  2. Dasdfjkl

    They sell more expensive trim levels that way. 'Preferred option package- leather power seats, heated steering wheel, brakes, pinstripes: $2,500'

  3. J B

    Eric, just wanted to thank you for taking the time to make all this content. Is very helpful thanks for sharing the knowledge.

  4. nabob14

    Um, you dont really have to cut off the belt… the tools work pretty well for removal… and I've found that belts are re usable when removed using the proper tool… even though it is not recommended.

  5. james styler

    Stretch fit belt? Meaning no tensioner? Just pull it over the pulley? Never seen one is it a newer thing ?

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