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Replaced the master cylinder on my daughters 2002 mazda tribute ,but it starting sucking braking fluid through the booster vacum to the manifold intake ,any answers why it may being doing this?

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Hello Rcbear.

Take the master cylinder back to where you bought it.
It is defective.
It should not do that.

Thank you for using FixYa.
KL

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

  • FUBAR Mar 17, 2011

    I should have added that the seal at the rear of the master cylinder is bad and allowing fluid to be sucked out.

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