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Replacing brake booster on 1992 buick park avenue, how ro remove?

Where are the bolts located under the dash to get the booster out, or do we need to break the booster in half? How the hell do you get the old booster out?

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Replace power brake booster


unbolt the master cylinder from the booster and remove from it carefully so you don`t damage the brake lines. undo the vacume hose from booster. disconnect the brake pedal from the booster rod. unbolt the 4 mounting bolts for the booster. these maybe located under the dash where they come through the firewall, if not on the outside of the firewall. remove the booster.

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Remove the master cylinder, two bolts. Push it out of your way. Beware though. If the brake lines are really rusty, you may have to replace them also. Then under the dash there are four nuts to remove to get the booster loose. Go back under the hood and remove the vacuum line and pull the booster out.

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Taking out old booster


disconnect the push rod pin under the dash. remove the master cylinder undo the booster bolts (probably under the dash ) When finished installing the booster check the pedal free play . and bleed the brakes starting at the longest line first.

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You have to disengage the PCM (computer) wiring harness from the PCM as the PCM is removed from under the dash. The PCM connector is located on the firewall under the hood to the left of the brake booster, you'll see the a large retangular wiring connector (120 wires) with a single bolt in the middle. Unscrew the bolt, go back under the dash to remove the PCM.

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Why do I hear air under my dash when I push the break on, and the breaks are hard to push.


your booster diaphram is torn, and you need to replace the booster. If you would like instructions on how to replace it yourself, please let me know.

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How to replace brake booster on a 92 honda accord


there are 4 bolts that hold it on behind the dash as well as a pin that holds the brake lever to the pin on the booster. You have to pull the master cylinder off, the brake booster vacume hose, then get the 4 bolts and pin out from under the dash. The 4 bolts are a rotay pain in the ***.

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There is an air leak under the dash and it ties in with the brake pedal


It is a defective brake booster. When the internal diaphram of the brake booster develops cracks or pinholes from age, the crankcase vacume pulls air through the defective break booster diaphram from the air intake valve located on the rod connected to the brake peddle. At first the air leak sound my change or even go away when the brake peddle is depressed. But over time the booster diaphram will detierorieate to the point where the air leak sound will be contiuious. This is a problem that should be addressed ASAP as a defective break booster reduces the power assist to the break peddle and may make it difficult to apply enough break pressure to stop in an emergency situation.
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My car idles at 3 and the brake is stiff


Sounds like you have a major vacume leak, Chk. line going to break booster. Do you hear a loud hissing or whiseling noise either comming from under the hood or under the dash especily when you apply the break? If under dash could be bad break booster, if under hood still could be booster or a break in the vacume line from engine to booster.

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Power Brake Booster has vacuum leak, How do I get the old one off to put the new one on myself? The shop says they will tell me for about $725.00, I laughed and said maybe later!


Remove the master cylinder. The booster usually bolts on from under the dash. Remove the four bolts and it will come off the firewall. Reverse to replace.

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