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My 1989 dodge dakota brake pedal goes to the floor with no loss of brake fluid

No brakes pedal goes straight to the floor with no loss of brake fluid

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge dakota

check 2 things first one is their is a plastic check valve that is inserted into the booster (under your hood) then goes to a vaccum line ,then to the engine, pull it out of the booster and check the valve it should be L - shaped. it might have a hole in it causing a vaccum leak. be carefull pulling it out not to break it just pull straight out. if that is ok put it back in. then your problem is going to be the brake booster the big black round case. sometimes the diaphram inside the booster rips causing a vaccum leak which causes a hard brake pedal and you have to stand on the pedal to stop. then you will have to repace the whole thing but not the master cylnder unbolt master cylder with the brake lines connected, the lines will give then disconnect brake pedal arm under dash inside of trk their should be 2 nuts or 4 buts under dash on inside of firewall near brake pedal then remove booster pulls out from under hood. there is not much to replacing them.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: 1989 dodge dynasty brakes

its possible the brake booster is bad its the vacuum canister on the firewall behind the master cylinder it basically gives you the power in your power brakes

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Can't find port to bleed front brakes 1995 Dodge Caravan

should be a bleeder screw on each caliper, unless, they were broken off in a previous attempt? They have to be there

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: bleeding brakes

always bleed front driver side first, front right,left back
right back.
make sure you always have oil in the master

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 4X4. Abs & Brake light on

Sounds lie we have a brake line or brake hose problom.
have one person step on the brake the other look underneith and see where it is leaking, describe to me where is iss ill help ya get it fixed

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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