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I am having some problems with my 1994 Plymouth Voyager. My brakes are not working correctly. When I step on the pedal it feels like the master cylinder is creeping and then all of a sudden I have the pedal pushing back on me. Also when I brake there is a noise from the front initially and then it stops. I just replace the right wheelcylinder and bleed the back brakes not the front. Could this back pressure be a bad master or vacuum booster? I want to fix it back I never experience this kind of problem before. CptTrevor

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Hi! If the brake master cylinder has no leaks then the problem will be on the vacuum booster. I strongly suggest that you replace the vacuum booster and you'll be good. HOpe this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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