Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
There is no recall on your truck (it's 10 years old) And your mechanic is correct your brake booster relies on pressure from your power steering pump. Check hose from power steering pump to booster one is either broke or cracked.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Loosen bleeder valves on the front
calipers. Attach tubing/hose to the valve. Put other end of tube in
a container with an inch or 2 of fluid (to prevent air from getting
sucked back in)
Top off master cylinder reservoir,
and put cover back on.
Have a helper apply some pressure on the brake, fluid will squirt out of the hose. Then tighten the valve while your helper keeps pressure on the pedal.
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