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The up28 vacuum pump stayed running after the car was shut off and it was very hot is there any thing wrong with it

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I had the same issue, reason Of the vacuum pump to work continuously is either a leak in the vacuum pipes btween the pump and master cylinder or "which was my case", the vacuum switch or sensor between the master cylinder and vacuum pipe is not functioning properly. Replaced and everything works fine.

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