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I have a 96 T100 and I would like to know how to test the Brake Power Booster

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WITH ENGINE OFF STEP ON THE BRAKE PADDLE TILL IT GET HARD, START ENGINE SHOULD GET SOFT GET YOUR FOOT OFF BRAKE PADDLE TURN CAR OFF SHOULD BE ABLE TO SEPT ON PADDLE 3 TIME BEFORE IT GET HARD IF IT DOSE BOOTER OK, ALSO CHECK WHILE ENGINE ON SEPT ON BRAKE PADDLE AND LISTEN FOR SOME AIR LEAKAGE IF YES BOOTER BAD.

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If the brake pedal gets hard then the bosster is defective, u may also hear a hissing noise from under the dash.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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DTC C1100 00: Brake Booster Vacuum Sensor Performance .
Do you know what the brake booster is ?
Circuit/System Description
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