Question about Dodge Dakota
You can check to see if your brake booster is airtight. Start your truck, let it run for a couple minutes then shut it off. Push your brake pedal down a few times it should get harder to push every time you push it. Also press pedal down while engine is running then stop the enginewith the pedal still pressed down. If the pedal doesn't move after being held for a second after the vehicle has been shut off, then your booster is airtight. If your truck passes these tests then thats probably not your problem. I hope that helps you out. Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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