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Vacuum leak around o-ring on front of power brake booster. Can o-ring be replaced and if so,how? Vehicle is 2007Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4x4 5.7L .

O-ring is behind lower connector for Electrical Wiring harness attached to front of booster. O-ring is popping out from base of connector allowing vacuum leak.

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  • Stephen Burke Jan 23, 2013

    Already checked with dealer. Service manager says I need to replace whole Power Brake Booster

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There is no repairing the booster you have to buy a rebuilt booster unless you can cut weld and crimp in the diagram, but before you replace it try replacing the check valve that the hose connects to going into the booster. That is available for about ten bucks.

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Do you by any chance hear a hissing noise from under the dash? If so, yes, you have a bad booster. For it to do what you're saying, it would almost have to have a vacuum leak. However, if there is a problem with something in the ABS system, you should have an ABS warning light on. Also, ABS can make the pedal fade, but I've never heard of it making the pedal hard. Your diagnosis of a brake booster does sound likely, but I'll admit I can't be sure -- this is an odd one.

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Testimonial: "thanks, heard a hissing that i thought was coming from under the truck -- have to check tomorrow - actually my father's truck. have to get back there"

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