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.
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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Re: Hard break pedal
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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The most obvious cause for a hard pedal is simply not enough vacuum. Check the brake power booster by pumping on the brake pedal while the car isn't running. Continue pumping until you've "bled off" the vacuum from the booster. Hold the pedal down while you start the car. The pedal should go down a bit more beneath your foot. If it doesn't, then you should examine the connection between the vacuum hose of the brake power and the engine's vacuum.
Replace the brake power booster if the connection's fine, which would fix the hard brake pedal problem.
It may be your calipers need replaced. Check them for signs of wear. Look at the metal spring where the brake pads sit.
Apply tension to the pad and see whether you hear a pop. If you do, the brake pad is moving too much on the bracket. Replace the caliper. This could help the hard brake pedal.