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  1. Thanks for all the replies. I am referring to driving the toad under normal conditions, and after some more research am thinking it may be a combination of brakes having been overused during towing (gain setting too high), leading to a hydraulic problem. Once the pedal "gives," the brakes grab just fine (or too aggressively), which leads me to believe the pads are OK, so it may be time to get a professional to look at it.
  2. I am fairly new to flat towing...I am towing my 2011 Ford Edge behind a Fleetwood Jamboree Sport (Class C - Gas), using a Blue Ox braking system. After a few times towing, my Edge brakes are now not very responsive until you press the pedal for a while, and with more than normal force, then the pedal will "give", and get better stopping action. I'm sure it is something I did incorrectly, but looking for any advice before I go to the Ford dealership and have them yell at me for towing it wrong, then charging me $100/hour to fix it.
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