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How to change the brake booster on a 1999 Ford F350.

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SOURCE: changing a power brake booster off a 84 ford f350 truck

Pretty simple repair.I even did this alone.
DO NOT disconnect the brake lines unless you are changing the master cylinder out with it. Unbolt the master cylinder and move it forward slightly. From inside the truck,unbolt the brake pedal from the rod, leave the pedal hanging. Remove the 4 bolts at the firewall that retain the booster.From outside the truck reach in and draw the old booster out.You may have to move the master cylinder up or down to clear the booster.
The rod to the brake pedal will come out with the booster,make sure you put it back on the new one.

Reverse to install.

good luck
Dave

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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pull the pins out. the clips hold them in place. use a large screw driver and seperate the pads from the rotors. pushing them away from the rotors to make room for the new ones. good luck

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SOURCE: replacing a brake power booster

you need to be bendy to get linkage undone under dash at pedals..remove brake master and away..unbolt booster and away you go..good luck

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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Check sensor on the pedal. Might need to be adjusted.

Posted on Nov 21, 2009

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You will need to add a transfer case to the transmission, then swop out the front hubs/carriers with 4 wheel drive units, add a front differential to the mix and after about $5000-$10000 you're set to go. You up for it?
Easier, especially if you're mechanically challenged, Sell your 2 wheel drive and buy a 4x4. It works out cheaper. Even a 2x4 with diff lockers will be much better and will cost you far less than the conversion.

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Pretty simple repair.I even did this alone.
DO NOT disconnect the brake lines unless you are changing the master cylinder out with it. Unbolt the master cylinder and move it forward slightly. From inside the truck,unbolt the brake pedal from the rod, leave the pedal hanging. Remove the 4 bolts at the firewall that retain the booster.From outside the truck reach in and draw the old booster out.You may have to move the master cylinder up or down to clear the booster.
The rod to the brake pedal will come out with the booster,make sure you put it back on the new one.

Reverse to install.

good luck
Dave

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