I know sounds daft doesn't it ?
But thats exactly what it feels like, a grinding feeling and noise from the brake pedal
When rolling up to a stop gentle pressure on the brakes causes the pedal to dip and pulse, with that you get a grinding noise, the lights on the dash dim along with headlights at night.
I have taken it into our local (non ford) garage and he has had a good look at the brakes and he can't find any fault with them though it has admitted that on the test drive it did exactly the same thing to him.
The brakes themselves are brilliant, no issues there, very very good and stop you in no time at all, they do exactly what they are supposed to do.
My big fear is if something is failing and I put my foot on the brakes one day and there is nothing there
Anyone got any ideas on what I can check / test / replace etc
Don't want to get shot of the car as its a real cracker, superb condition with only 75,000 on the clock, very strong engine, one owner from new with a full ford service history so I know its been well looked after.
Its just this one fault thats causing me some concern.
Any help would be greatfully appreciated as I am not sure what to do now