Question about 1984 Chevrolet Camaro
You lost the power booster. Look at master cylinder (where you put brake fluid in) and behind it is a large, black, round module. There should be a big vac hose going into rubber bung on it. See if hose came out of bung or came off motor connecting point, or hose shot. If hose still OK and you hear loud hissing when brake on - then booster failed inside. It is large rubber plate that wears out. Either way when the hose off, or hissing when brake on, engine will run bad from loss of vacuum.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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