Question about 1992 Ford F350
Randy, i need to know if you hear a sucking noise to know for sure. but, sounds like you still have air in your brake lines. they need to be bled. as well as the master cylinder. the master cylinder should have been bench bled before instlation. start over, start with the wheel furtherst from the master cylender and work your self closest. have some one in the truck to pump the brakes really hard. when they are firm, release the tensinn at the bleeder valve. you can save the fluid with a small hose and a small glass jar at each wheel. check to make sure the master cyl. is always full. after this you will see air in the master cyl. do the same at the bleeder valves there.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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