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Mr a what model your brake pedal is hard does it go to the floor tell me
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing to do is, isolate the problem. Crack the
the pressure line loose at the back of the power steering pump. If you can get at it, if not, jack it up put a stand under it and try to loosen it from the bottom.Or you can loosen the pressure line into the
rack.(or steering box as I don't know the year of the car) Snug up the line, and put on safty goggles.
Have somone get behind the wheel. Make sure the
ps fluid is full. Start the car and slowly loosen the line
a bit so the fluid shoots out have your helper turn
slightly to the right and back to center, then slightly
left and back to center. Each time the wheel is turned
the pressure should increase, if that happens, the
problem is in the rack.(or box) But if you have weak
pressure from the pump, the pump is bad.
Hope this helps. G,Day
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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hi this sounds like you have a major leak possibly the master cylinder or rear slave cylinder has blown its seals, cheack under the vehicle at the rear and have a look at the back of the wheels if they are dark and verry wet or one is, then you have found the leak, you can also try looking under the hood, where the brake master cylinder is ( this is where the brake fluid is normally put in ) and check there to see if there is any damp/wet patches running down the bulk head/fire wall, you can also check the inside of the vehicle where the brake peddal is attached to the vehicle and see if the carpet is damp, this will be the master cylinder seals have blown, and will need replacing, unit or seals depends on what you can get .....hope this helped
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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