Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It is located to the rear of the brake master cylinder under the hood (bonnet), to check and see if it leaks start the engine, put your foot on the brake pedal, turn the engine off, you should get at least three pumps on the pedal before it gets very hard to push, also listen for a vacuum leak, a noise like sucking air through pursed lips. OK got it?
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