Question about 1989 Plymouth Voyager
There is one last thing to check out and that is the brakes' Master cylinder under the hood, and in some cases you will also have a brake booster for the power brakes. Both of these parts have seal inside them that can break up and disintegrate after a while and without these seals they cannot build the pressure to send the hydraulic oil to the slave cylinders, or the calipers and wheel cylinders if you prefer. So you will need to get those verified and changed if needed. Feel free to write me back if you need more details on this, and if so please provide me with the exact model ranger you have, if it's 4x4 or not, what engine, etc. so i can have as much info as possible to work with and find the exact parts' placement and all.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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