Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
Brake pump on 1992 plmouth voyager, the pedal is hard to push how to fix
If you have ABS brakes there is a large brake fluid pump connected to the brake fluid reservoir by two large hoses. It sits on top of the transmission and is held on by one bolt. Take a long metal rod and a hammer , place the rod against the body of the pump and with the car running tap or rap on the side of the pressure pump body. If it was just stuck you might get a few more months out of it. If it doesn't come back to life, get one at a salvage yard. Last time I checked they were on back order , supposedly about to be discontinued , and awfully expensive(about $600). I Picked one up a salvage yard for $10 that has worked now for three years.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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