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Changing a power brake booster off a 84 ford f350 truck

How do you change the power brake booster.....what are the steps? do you know if they have a manual on line i can look at to get the idea off some pictures step by step................thanxs

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  • fr1000 Jun 25, 2008

    how to take off &install

  • Blue4Chelsea Jul 13, 2008

    1996 Chevy Suburban K1500 5.7 L. No power assist to the brakes, hissing sound whenever brake pedal is pushed. Certain it is a bad brake booster. I need to know steps to remove/replace old brake booster.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Just changed brakes and lines won't bleed. I have no brakes

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Pretty simple repair.I even did this alone.
DO NOT disconnect the brake lines unless you are changing the master cylinder out with it. Unbolt the master cylinder and move it forward slightly. From inside the truck,unbolt the brake pedal from the rod, leave the pedal hanging. Remove the 4 bolts at the firewall that retain the booster.From outside the truck reach in and draw the old booster out.You may have to move the master cylinder up or down to clear the booster.
The rod to the brake pedal will come out with the booster,make sure you put it back on the new one.

Reverse to install.

good luck
Dave

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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