Question about 1988 Dodge Dakota
Could it be master cylinder
Yes might be master cylinder.
but also check for any leak in pipeline and wheel cylinders.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you checked the power booster and the master cylinder> what about the wheel cylinders> have you looked at them to see if theres a leak somewhere?
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
they should be 3/16" but if you want to be sure, take a quarter inch wrench and put the open end over the line if it is sloppy on the line it is 3/16" , if it fits nicely, it is 1/4" . that is the only two sizes they could of used.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
use a flare wrench and remove the two brake lines
then remove the the two nuts that hold it to the fire wall
then remove the master cylinder reservoir because your
going to have to put it on the new one
drain out any brake fluid from it
in stall the reservoir on the new master cylinder
now you'll have to prime the new master cylinder
put the master cylinder in a vise and put brake fluid into it
now place your fingers over the two holes that the brake line go into
use a large phillips screw driver and push the piston in and out about 10 times
but do it slowly. make shore to keep your fingers over the brake line holes .
now install it back in
remember to bleed your brake system when your done
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
How about the rubber flex hoses restricted
In the rear you have an abs hcu you can throw way
& bypass,then unplug the controller up under the dash
on the passenger side
Also the rear brake cables won't work for rust,they have to go also
I had a 1992 Dakota for 18 years
Leave the wire off the proportioning valve as the vehicle is wired wrong & if your bleeding it ,it will melt down the wires in the ignition switch (been there) Vehicle is not the same as the factory wiring diagrams
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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