Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
Ok most likely its NOT the brake booster, some of the most common reasons for your symptoms are: a leaking line or wheel cylinder, you may see fluid on the ground or on the inside of a wheel. If you cannot find any external leaks, remove the brake drums and carefully inspect for any evidence of fluid leakage from the wheel cylinders also carefully inspect the front brake calipers for any fluid leaks repair or replace with new parts never use used brake parts under any condition, and if the level in the master cylinder remains full you have no leaks any where, then you have a master cylinder that has failed internally, Change the master cylinder and bleed the system.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Inside the drivers side rear wheel there is a brake line some kind of a block with four lines going in and out of it.it seens to spit fluid out of a pine hole size on the inside of the block.can i bypass the one side and would it be safe to because i need the vehicle and the part needs to be ordered and will take about a week
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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