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Comes off the inlet manifold(petrol models) and runs to the brake servo booster

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A small amount of oil may sometimes be evident but if it runs out this will indicate a problem with your vacuum pump. To test the vacuum from your pump remove your pipe from the servo and start the engine,you should be able to feel a strong vacuum by covering the end of the pipe with your thumb. If you get no vacuum and the pipes are intact then the pump is probably u/s . Remove the pump and check the drive is OK .Some pumps can be easily taken apart you will then see just how much oil has gone past the seal,you will also see the veins inside check these for damage.

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Sounds like the servo is shot !

Clamp off the vacuum pipe,to the servo with a brake hose clamp, and if noise disappears, you need a new servo unit.

A FixYa would be nice, Thank´s.....

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