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I HAVE A BAD BRAKE BOOSTER WHAT OTHER MODEL TRUCKS CAN I USE A BOOSTER FROM

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How do you know that a brake booster is bad?


Booster problems are rare but they do go bad sometimes.
A bad booster generally causes the brake pedal to feel hard to push down, and a lot of pressure on the brake pedal is required to make the car stop.
Rarely, a vacuum brake booster will develop a vacuum leak, which can cause engine performance problems, hissing or whistling noise, as well as requiring increased pressure on the brake pedal to stop.

The first test:
With the vehicle parked, turned OFF, and the parking brake set, pump the brake pedal 5 to 6 times. If the pedal gets harder to push after several times, your booster is probably good.

The second test (To make sure):
After the test above, without making any changes, press and hold the brake pedal with light to moderate pressure.
Now with your foot still on the brake pedal, start the vehicle.
If the booster is good, you will feel the pedal go down when the engine starts.

Hope this helps!

Jun 21, 2014 | 1993 Cadillac DeVille

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How to tell is the brake booster is bad in a 1986 dodge D100


This is a standard Vacuum operated brake booster.. If you are having fluid leaking at the rod that attaches the brake pedal to the booster it is a bad Master Cylinder. The Brake fluid will eventually destroy the diaphram in the booster if it hasn't already. . Replace or rebuild the Master Cylinder and wash the brake fluid out of the booster. When the booster goes bad the brake pedal will become very hard to push.. because you will have lost "boost" This is not really a hard job. If fluid id leaking somewhere else.it should be very easy to spot.. Brake fluid looks like oil leaking..

May 13, 2014 | 2005 Cadillac STS

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Change brake pads and one caliber,bleed brakes a few times still hardly any brake


may stiil hav air in them--a repair manual for ur model at a partstore or local library is helpful--------ur brake booster cud be bad-the master cylinder can leak fluid into it-and u dont see it

Oct 23, 2013 | 1997 Subaru Legacy

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I change the brake booster and the brake still go all the way to the floor


How did you bleed your brakes or did you even do that? their should be a little nipple on your calipers or even the brake booster to bleed the system.

Oct 19, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Power brake booster


get a new one but perhaps this is not the problem brake boosters seldom go bad. press on brake pedal a couple times until firm. then start engine while holding brake pedal the pedal should move down towards floor upon start up. if this is not true then check to see if the air line from the manifold to brake booster is in good non cracked and make sure you are getting good manifold pressure as well. repair hose or manifold if your not getting good pressure then check booster again as described above

Apr 22, 2013 | Nissan Pickup Cars & Trucks

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How can i know when brake booster is not working


In most cases if the power brake booster is bad, The brake pedal is very hard to push down. You may know it is starting to go bad if you hear a hissing/sucking noise when pushing the brake pedal. Hope this helps

Jan 09, 2013 | 1994 Honda Accord

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How do you tell if a power brake booster is bad on a 1997 ford f150


Usually when the brake booster goes bad, when driving and trying to stop, the pedal is VERY hard to depress and the vehicle will not stop easily so don't drive fast, you will not be able to stop in short distances.

Mar 29, 2012 | 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Loosing brake fluid bad; no apparent leaks anywhere.


If there is no leakage at any place is safe for the liquid is lost from themaster cylinder to the booster

Mar 01, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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My 2003 ford expedition just started a hissing noise near the brake pedal that stops when I press on the brake pedal


most likely have a bad diaphram in the brake booster that hisssing sound is vacuum leaking under hood there will be hose going to brake booster unhook hose and pinch off hose start car does hissing sound disappear if so bad booster

Sep 03, 2010 | 2003 Ford Expedition

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Brake pedal hard and vehicle wont stop. intermittently


either is is a bad booster (hissing noise) or the vacuum line is disconnected the vacuum line is located on the left side of the vehicle on
on the right side of the booster

Sep 23, 2009 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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