Question about 1989 Ford Bronco II
My brakes were working fine until the rear steel brake line developed a leak. After replacing the line and bleeding the brakes several times, the pedal became spongy with the engine running and would not generate enough pressure to open one of the four rear brake shoes. Same reult after installing new wheel cylinders. Same reult after rebuilding master cylinder. When engine is not running, the pedal is firm. As soon as the engine is started, the pedal is spongy.
If the problem is the booster, is there any way to verify the problem before purchasing a replacement booster?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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