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I got a 99 dodge intrepid I changed the front brakes and calipers but the brake pedal doesn't go down any suggestions please

If it is hard to stop (brake doesn't go down). Check the vacuum line to the brake booster. Or the booster diaphragm is bad. The diaphragm is behind the master cylinder on the fire wall on the drivers side. Big, round and black.

Dec 21, 2014 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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My breaks on my 2001 dodge intrepid are hissing what could this be?

Hi Melissa, I'm glad to help. Intrepids were bad about the brake booster seal allowing a vacuum leak when the brakes are applied, If the brakes are real hard to push and its not stopping properly you'll need a new brake booster. However, if its only hissing but stopping properly and you can live with the noise its not affecting your brakes at this time. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Melissa.

Apr 27, 2014 | 2001 Dodge Intrepid

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Air leaking sound when applying brakes

Power brake booster leaking vacuum.If brake pedal becomes very hard to push then replace brake booster.

Jan 13, 2012 | 2000 Dodge Intrepid

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The brakes on my 1998 intrepid are new. the brake hose are new, the caliper is new, everything is new except for the master cylinder. i cant figure out why my front brakes are still sticking. when i drive...

When you installed new calipers, did you bleed the lines out? Air trapped in the system can cause sticking. Unless they were sticking before you replaced all the parts. Try unplugging the ABS controller under the hood. If that does not work and there is no air in the lines then it would be 1 of 2 things.

1. Master cylinder failing to return.
2. Brake booster not providing enough vacuum.

Start the car. let it run for 10 seconds. while its running pump the brakes. let the brakes go and shut off the car. now press the peddle til it gets stiff. Now hold it down firmly. If the peddle pressure fades, replace the booster.

Nov 24, 2011 | 1998 Dodge Intrepid

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Where does the brake fluid go in the car of a 99 dodge intrepid

Generally, look at the firewall, and find the round booster that has a thick hose connected to it. Then, the master cylinder should be connected to this, generally on the driver's side under the hood. Add DOT3 brake fluid as specified by the manufacturer, after removing the cap or lid to the master cylinder which has a direct link through the booster to the brake pedal behind the firewall.

Nov 04, 2011 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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My brakes are not stopping and they sound like air when pressing on them. I got new front brakes pads 4 months ago. The scary thing is that the brakes would not stop when I was driving down a hill. What...

check your brake booster vacuum hose and check valve for leaks,if no leaks could be bad brake booster if pedal is hard when pressed with engine running.

Apr 12, 2011 | Dodge Intrepid Cars & Trucks

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Need to know how to replace brake booster in 1995 dodge intrepid

The brake booster should located directly behind the brake master cylinder. if it is you need to remove the brake master cylinder, do not remove any brake lines, there will be a vacuum line going into the booster, either from the front or the side, it's easy to spot, it's fairly large compared to other lines on you car. under the dash where the brake pedal is, you will need to remove the brake rod form the pedal tiself, as it will most likel be a solid part of the brake booster itself from the factory, then unbolt the booster from the firewall, 4 mounting bolts usually, all 4 might be in the engine compartment or 2 inside the car, 2 in the engine compartment. Before you start go to Auto Zone and look at a replacement booster, it will help you see what you're going to do when you start on you repair.

Oct 06, 2010 | 1995 Dodge Intrepid

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Air in the brakes

Sounds like you vacuum booster has a leak somewhere, in a line or booster itself.

Feb 04, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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