Question about Chrysler Imperial
Check if there is any difference in the feel of the pedal when the engine is running or the engine is stationary. If the feel and required pressure is the same, the booster is not working. Check the vacuum lines for cracks and leaks. If these are intact, the booster diaphragm might be leaking and the booster needs to be repaired or replaced. If there is a slight difference in feel, try replacing the brake fluid - empty the reservoir and refill it with fresh fluid and then bleed the brakes until new fluid is seen coming out of each bleed point. Remember to top up the reservoir regularly to prevent air getting into the system.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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