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Hydrovac if you step the break and hold it for few mins. the break start to go down. i check the brake master there is no leak. any suggestions?

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    Jalu Sakti Sep 19, 2016

    My uncle had the same problem before with his Hydrovac and trying the same thing worked for him. I don't have much experience with Hydrovacs, but from what I've heard, clearing the brake lines could fix the issue. If I ever have this problem, I will let you know what fixes it.
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Check rear brake lines and rear slave cyl

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  • Jalu Sakti
    Jalu Sakti Sep 19, 2016

    I agree; my uncle had the same problem before with his Hydrovac and trying the same thing worked for him. I don't have much experience with Hydrovacs, but from what I've heard, clearing the brake lines could fix the issue. If I ever have this problem, I will let you know what fixes it.
    http://www.mcraesenviro.com

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