Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
^ Turbo Cars have Lots of Vaccum, Where did you ever get this idea from. I have personally converted 10+ Turbo Buicks to Vac brakes.
Make sure the check valve is okay at the booster. but it does sound like you have a bad booster.
Also, did you change the brake pedal to a Vac brake pedal?
They are not interchangeable.
Also, you should not have drilled the plenum, you can get a vaccum block to replace the plastic one on the top of the plenum with a vac brake port.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
not sure here,firstly remove rear brakes and clean lip out on drum then manually adjust rear brakes,if still no pressure then renew master cylinder,tandem master cylinder and if seal between front and rear chamber is worn you will never get any pressure just brake pedal creeping away to floor
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
i had some what of same problem but light was only coming on when i hit the brakes and it turned out it was telling me i needed new pads in the front check and see if they r low
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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