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New brake master cylinder fitted to Booster but leaking, what shall I do? Car is Honda CRV 2006 Automatic. 1.6 lit engine.

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SOURCE: Ford Bronco II spongy brake pedal

if the booster is bad the pedal would be hard sounds like the e-brake is stuck take off the drums and make sure the arms are all the way back then did you adjust the rear brakes after changing the shoes

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SOURCE: 2002 Toyota Sequoia power brake booster % master cylinder are bad

Mr. Clark:
It would be extraordinary for a technician to recommend a booster and a master cylinder with no previous mention from you of a possible problem in this area. In other words, the technician had no business looking at the m/cyl or the booster, unless you told him that your braking was deficient.
Here is what REALLY happened: Somewhere, I'd bet, your brake light came on, and somebody "topped off" the master cylinder, to shut the light off. Now, please understand that the brake fluid level in the master cylinder reservoir DROPS PROPORTIONALLY to the wear of the brake pads. When the tech replaced the front brake pads, he obviously had to squeeze the caliper pistons into the housings to allow the insertion of the new pads. This action forced the brake fluid from the now-compressed caliper pistons BACK into the master cylinder, and it sprayed out from under the cap, coating the cylinder and the booster. Tell that repair service that you do NOT need a booster and a master cylinder, THEY caused the problem with the fluid being everywhere. I am confident that I just saved you a significent amount of money that you do NOT need to spend. Have a great day.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 Subaru Brake problem-master cylinder/power booster?

Hi there. If you have determined that the brake system doesnt have any leaks in the lines or at the calipers or brake cylinders, I would start by checking for vaccum to the brake booster first. There should be a large vaccum hose going from the power booster down to the top back of the engine. If this got unhooked or broken, your brakes will feel like old manual brakes rather than power. Make sure you have good suction by unhooking one end of this line with the engine running and place your hand over it to see if it has suction. GT would be the sporty version of the car and usualy has an emblem either on the fender or rear bumper saying GT. If you dont see this you probably have the L series.

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SOURCE: brake lock-up

I suspect that you have front disc and rear drum brakes.You did not say which of your brakes are locking up. I suggest that if your front brakes are locking {skid} that means your rear brakes are not engaging. If your rear brakes are locking {skid} then I suggest you have problems with park brake or brake fluid leaking onto the rear shoes.
More info would help me help you. I will check back soon.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Fiat Uno Pacer - Brake Booster not assist braking

it could be that the master cylinder is bad or the brake booster is bad also check the vacum hose going to the brake booster if it has a hole in it it will lose pressure and make the engine lose rpms

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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so does it? it takes more pedal pressure but has 100% full braking.
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1 With the engine off, step on the brake pedal several times to relieve the brake booster of vacuum.
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