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Hard break pedal

Brake problem. Truck was running fine, ran into the bank, came out. Little hard to start. Started driving out of the parking lot and then I had no power brakes. Had to push very ******* the brake pedal to stop. Anyone know of some common Ford/ Lincoln truck brake issues? Thanks in advance.

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    It happened to me just yesterday. I had not started the truck durung the day by night fall I went to start it and it was hard to start and miss fired on start up. Put it in gear, pulled off and to my surprise a very hard brake pedal and it was very hard to stop. I called the hook and it is at the dealer right now (2006 Mark Lt with 45000 miles)

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There is a bulletin in ford motor company about a vacuum hose from de brake system this hose dosn't have clamp and the new has it you need to take your mark lt to a dealer. you can see the hose under the truck beside the TR sensor a litte upper. sorry my english is bad

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Check for vacuum at power booster, open the hood and look and listen , do you hear a hissing noise, repair it does the engine run abnormally rough , possibly from the hissing by now it should have set a code p0171 lean exhaust if you do not hear a vacuum leak or service engine light is not on you will probably have to replace the power booster.

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