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How to replace brake booster on a 92 honda accord

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There are 4 bolts that hold it on behind the dash as well as a pin that holds the brake lever to the pin on the booster. You have to pull the master cylinder off, the brake booster vacume hose, then get the 4 bolts and pin out from under the dash. The 4 bolts are a rotay pain in the ***.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010


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SOURCE: 1984 Honda Accord Brake Problem


On your problem with the HONDA..
You are right the Problem is the BRAKE BOOSTER.
But before replace Inspect the Vaccum hose coming from the Intake manifold, Check for proper vaccum,
If everything is ok.
JUst replace the BOOSTER And the car will be ok.
Because the Brake Booster is LEAKING vaccum air.
And the ENgine will come at high IDLE..
Is why the engine will Run and DIE.

DON'T drive the car until you fix. Because is Danger for not Brake response.

OK.. I hope this help to fix your Honda.

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SOURCE: interior door handle replacement 1992 honda accord

Do u mean the door latch, which u pull to open the door, or the plastic molded handle u grab to shut the door? If it's the latch, there are two small round plugs in the plastic area of the door lock and locking switch. Use a small flat end screwdriver to pry them out , exposing two philips head screws. If this isn't what u needed, let me know, I'll get more info for u. countrycurt0

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SOURCE: brake lock-up

I suspect that you have front disc and rear drum brakes.You did not say which of your brakes are locking up. I suggest that if your front brakes are locking {skid} that means your rear brakes are not engaging. If your rear brakes are locking {skid} then I suggest you have problems with park brake or brake fluid leaking onto the rear shoes.
More info would help me help you. I will check back soon.

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SOURCE: 1996 honda accord front brakes freezing up

The most common cause would be a defective brake line. The inner lining deteriorates and acts like a one way valve, and won't allow fluid to return.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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92 accord no brakes when car first started

Hi Monroe, It sounds as if there is an air leakage into the brake system. It would be a good idea to have a look under the vehicle and discover if there is a leakage and from which wheel cylinder or cylinders. you'll be able to identify the wheel or wheels because the inside of the rim and tyre will appear wet. You will need to replace the damaged brake slave cylinder(s) which will mean a major brake rehabilitation job. If the leakage has come from the wheels, I would suggest you replace the shoes and pads at the same time. Make a drawing not a photograph. If you draw the parts you'll take more notice of the assembly and be able to reassemble more easily. You do not need a new booster! but you may need a new master cylinder in addition to the wheel cylinders. If you need to know how to bleed the brakes let me know and I'll explain. regards John

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Brakes r hard to press,seems like brake booster needs replacing. is it any tricks 2 changing da brake booster?

Quite a few variables here. Always is some trouble, disconnecting the brake pedal inside under the firewall, then removal of the brake resevoir, then the booster. Before you go into all that labor, did it happen gradually, then it can be a booster. If it occured suddenly, trace all the vacuum sources to the booster. It can be something as simple as a broken/open vacuum leak.

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check that the master cylinder is not locking on with a pressure build up the cyl may need replacing probly does

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My 1992 Honda accord rotors get hot even after replacing the master cylinder,brake lines,calipers,pads. seems like the power booster is somehow the problem. like it makes the pedal get hard.

Did you bleed the brakes properly after you did all the work? Air in the system will cause varied problems, mainly, the fluid can't flow properly. Did you clean the rotors before you installed them with brake kleen? They have a rust preventive coating (like cosmoline) on them when they are new. If the pedal is hard to push the booster could be bad or not getting enough vacuum to operate properly. Take the vacuum fitting off the booster and make sure it isn't clogged. Check the vacuum line for breaks. Make sure it is connected properly. Inspect the booster for any holes.

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the brakes have to be bleed you wrote that when you start the car the pedal goes to the floor that means the booster is working fine take it back and tell them you want the brakes bleed

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1984 Honda Accord Brake Problem

well aside from the boosters you may also want to check the possitioning rotor and calipers. there is a possibility that something slipped, or leaked, check for brake fluids and try to trace where it is comming from.

the picture below shows how to disassemble the brakes of an Accord, the only special tool you will need is a ball joint fork to seperate the upper and lower ball joints. You have to remove the whole steering knuckle assembly to get to the bolts in back of the rotor and hub assembly.

hope this helps

Aug 05, 2008 | 1984 Honda Accord

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