Question about 2000 Dodge Neon
I just replaced a broken brake line and still got no brakes the booster went so I replaced it. I got all the air out of the lines but their is still no brake pressure when the car is on but not when it is off. How can I fix this any thoughts or help accepted.
Their was a gasket ring in the booster box but I was not sure were it was to go so I did not put it in. Is this important to the brake system.
Well booster goes pedal would be hard as rock! two legs to stop!>> if your master cylinder is gone pedal goes to floor no pressure it would behave a s if you had air in your lines but you really would not!////////....So tell me this have you pressure tested each individual well for pressure check???light car one side at a time have someone press brake and try to turn that wheel i think you have pressure but not to all if you want me to Gide you keep your request updated I will watch!
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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