Question about 1984 Chevrolet Camaro
Check your vacuum booster control unit its on the fire wall in front of the steering wheel the master brake cylinder is mounted to it . Its vacuum opperated off the engine vacuum and is what gives you power brakes Look under it on the fire wall see if there is brake fluid on the wall also check the connection to the vacuum hose that comes from the intake manifold for leaks its a large hose 1/2 inside dia .It could also be leaking inturnaly witch it would be harded to tell but this is your problem you can pick one up at a junk yard for 20 dollars or so
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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