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Motor sounding noise when i break 1996 explorer

Sounds like a lil motor running when i put on the brakes
on my 1996 ford explorer

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  • gcarol251 Apr 19, 2009

    no pads are new .could it be the power assist for the power brakes?

  • gcarol251 Apr 20, 2009

    yes pedal fills stiff- wierd

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Have you ck brake pads has it been squealing ?

shack

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

  • james shack Apr 19, 2009

    is it leaking vacuum. brake pedal real stiff

  • james shack Apr 20, 2009

    that is in your brake booster. the diaphragm is leaking

    you might find a kit ( although i think they were discontinued years ago ) ck parts sores, salvage yards.

    shack

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