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Booster will the booster do the exact opposite while the master cyl. isn't installed....correct?

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NO as long as vehicle is running the pedal will get soft, by using the vacuum from engine. Good Luck. I have had several BAD master cylinders in my shop. You have all the symptoms of a defective master. If it comes down to it you can actually get one from the Junk/salvage yard a used one. It should be fine, alot of re manufactured one are NO good. especially the ones that you have to re-use the old reservoirs.

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