Last night driving home, my pedal got a little soft. Then a little softer, and a little softer, so I made a mental note to fix it this weekend, forgetting that this was monday... This morning, I get in to go to work, and at the first corner, I hit the pedal to stop at the stop sign, the perty little red light comes on in my cluster, and the truck slows down, but will not stop... Being super late already, I drove to the train station pumping the pedal the whole time (probably pumped it all out on the way). I haven't checked anything out yet, but I'm suspicious of the right rear wheel cylinder, since I had the drum off 3 days ago and adjusted it (it was the only one that was touched, that's why I suspect it so far, no other reason). I haven't seen any leakage anywhere, but I haven't really looked yet... If it is the wheel cylinder, you guys think I should do the master cylinder too, since I'll have to bleed it anyway? I've heard that old MC's will fail shortly after bleeding the system (I think in one of Dyeager's posts or somewhere on here) since the piston gets over-extended during bleeding. Ratch <a target="_blank" href=http://k5.8m.com>k5.8m.com</a> Welcome to America.