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My 1994 chevy k1500 is having brake probs. Pedal goes half way to the floor before beginning to engage, and then takes lots of pressure to actually stop. Could this be the brake booster or is it more...


could be booster, could be air in system, could be master cylinder. Check reservoir. If it is out, you have leaks and air in lines. If no, listen for air leaks under dash as you push pedal. If air leak, replace booster.
If no air leak, check for vacuum at hose going into booster. If no vacuum, check hose connection to intake manifold.
If no leaks and booster is good, suspect master cylinder.

Let me know if you have questions.

Sep 23, 2010 | 1994 Chevrolet K1500

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When i step on my brakes u hear a loud air noise and they are hard to stop


You need to replace the pads or u have a hose or line busted which immediatly needs to be replaced.Hope this helps and Thank You for asking.

Jul 19, 2010 | 1994 GMC Jimmy

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How do you install brake booster on 1998 chevrolet suburban 1500


Press brake pedal several time to exhaust pressure from accumulator, Clean dirt from hydrulic line connections at booster and at master cylinder.Disconnect hydraulic lines from booster and plug all openings. Note; in most cases it is not necessary to disconnet master cylinder brake lines to remove booster.Remove and support master cylinder.Disconnect booster push road from brake pedal. remove booster to firewall nuts from inside vehicle.Remove booster and gasket

Aug 17, 2009 | 1995 Chevrolet K1500

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Need to replace a brake booster on a 1998 chevy cavalier


get ready for some work.you need to remove the master cylinder nuts that hold master cylinder to brake booster.once you remove nuts you have 2 choices remove master cylinder to remove booster. to keep from bending brake lines.or you can leave master cylinder in pull it toward you easily careful dont bend lines .disconnect vacuum line at booster .go inside vechicle to floor on driver side loosen four nuts on floor to booster .disconnect power brake push rod from brake pedal .dont force pushrod to the sides when disconnecting it.remove four booster nuts then remove booster.when in stalling the new booster loosely install four nuts then connect the push rod to the brake pedal .install new clip tighten the booster unit .if you decide to remove master cylinder use inline wrenches on master cylinder to remove lines.also plug the master cylinder brake line holes to keep from losing all brake fluid.

Apr 26, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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1994 ford explorer will not stop, I have replaced the brake pads,


My vote would be the Master Cylinder.
I had a truck sit for 4 years. After getting running again, it did the same thing you're describing. No brakes. I ended up replacing the Master Cylinder to fix the problem. Just make sure you bleed the system real good.

Mar 25, 2009 | 1994 Ford Explorer Limited

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94 s 10 jimmy 4wd vortec brakes stiffen up sometimes unexpectedly and the pedal refuses to go down... any advice?


when brakes get stiff can you push down with both legs to get brakes to work? 3 things check vacuum line to brake booster. Brake booster may be about to fail. Replace brake booster and master cylinder.

Mar 15, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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