Hello, The other day while just driving normally, I was nearly smashed by a semi truck as when I came to a red light, my brake pedal went nearly all the way to the floor out of the blue. It caught me off guard, but I let off the brake and pumped it quickly, and the car stopped just in time, and the pedal stayed about an inch and a half from the floor. I immediately pulled over and checked the brake fluid, which was full to the brim, and the vacuum hose to the booster was intact and fine. What was funny is that the brakes acted normally again immediately after that incident. I drove it back to work, and through maybe 20 different stops, it was fine. Then, as I came to a stop at the light near my work, it happened again. This time I just let all the way off the pedal and it was like a reset button, and the pedal worked normally. It has happened a few more times at random since, and "pumping" the brakes seems to not make a difference half the time. It never goes all the way to the floor, as it stops and gets firm at about an inch and a half from there. Still, this is alarming, and I have no idea what it could be. I talked to Eric Dominguez, and he thinks it may be the ABS motor/pump. I need your help in finding a way to diagnose this ASAP as this is my only car currently, and although I am still driving it, I would much rather be able to solve this and no longer have the "white knuckle" experience continue. Additional info: Probably unrelated, but the clutch pedal suddenly changed it's feel while driving on the freeway a week ago, and now it's really hard to shift into all gears. Also, during one or two of the stops where the pedal became squishy, I heard a clicking noise from the front of the car on the driver's side. I think it's really weird how this comes and goes, but any advice is appreciated! thanks!