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1987 Buick grand national intermittent lack of boost to brakes.Not the best stopping power at best and sometimes no boost at all. All new brake lines, new cylinders front, new disks and pads as well as new rear shoes and springs. How do I check the electrical circuit of the four prong plug? what else do I have to check and how?

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Sounds like the accumulator ball on the side of the master cylinder. I don't know how to check it,but what ever you do just don't unscrew it with out knowing what you are doing they have to have the pressure taken out of them by pressing the brakes at least 10 times with the engine off. That thing will take off like a rocket if you don't. Or the simple thing is air in the lines start bleeding from the furthest tire to closest.

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If you have bad braking that may mean you have air in the brake system try bleeding.

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