Q: My breaks are going all the way in and not breaking as fast as usual. I have to pump them to make them work properly. My break flu

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When I break sometimes my breaks go all the way in and do not break as fast as they should . I have to pump them to make them work properly. My break fluid is not leaking.

My car has 118000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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