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Where does the hose off of the brake power booster go on an 06 2.4l non turbo? is there any way of getting a routing diagram?

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IF YOU CAN FIND A VACUM LINE THATS THE SIZE OF THE BRAKE BOOSTER HOSE AND USE FOR THAT THEN YOU ARE GOOD TO GO

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The vacuum is created via a mechanical pump driven from the cam, Or a separate, electrical pump.

The only liquid I have ever found in any servo (booster) is brake fluid from a leaking master cylinder.
If the vacuum is low/absent, due to a faulty cam driven vacuum pump, and crankcase pressure rises, along with a faulty one-way valve in the vacuum plumbing, it's possible the oil could be forced into the servo housing, and operating the brakes would help it happen as the servo could act as a pump itself and draw oil from the engine.

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Below is the diagram. I hope this helps.

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Hello, I have a brake problem with my 2000 model turbo diesel jackaroo,when the brake pedal is pressed as hard as possible the pedal seems to come to a hard stop with not very effective braking,hope you...


It appears that you have lost the vacuum assistance that works the power booster for the brakes. It is most likely that the vacuum hose that connects from the vacuum pump (which is usually located on the rear of the alternator) to the power booster has gone hard and split where the hose attaches to the metal piping. Check the hose for leaks or splits and re-terminate or replace as necessary. If the hose is OK then the problem could be that the vacuum pump is faulty or the rubber diapraghm inside the power booster has become faulty and developed a leak. A brake specialist would be the best option to sort out these latter problems.

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Brake Lines and Hoses
Double-walled steel line is used in the hydraulic lines between the brake master cylinder and the front tube connector, and between the brake master cylinder and the flexible brake hose at the rear wheels.
Double-flared brake lines provide good leak-proof connections.
When replacing hydraulic brake lines, hoses, or connectors, tighten all connections securely. After replacement, bleed the brake system; refer to Section 206-00 .
The wet appearance of the outer cover of the rubber brake hose is referred to as "sweating." This is a normal condition for neoprene rayon braid hose and is not a sign of leakage or cause for replacement of the hose.

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