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I have a 2002 voyager, when i go and press on the brake it makes a hissing sound, i only hear it the loudest from inside the vechicle. when i left the hood up and listen for the sound can't hear anything.

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Hi Stevensdorot.
Your problem is a leaking brake vacuum booster.
The booster operates on engine vacuum by assisting the push when you apply your brake. There is a rupture in the diaphragm allowing the vacuum to leak air in when you apply the brake pedal.
The only solution to this is to replace it.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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