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How do you know that a brake booster is bad?

Booster problems are rare but they do go bad sometimes.
A bad booster generally causes the brake pedal to feel hard to push down, and a lot of pressure on the brake pedal is required to make the car stop.
Rarely, a vacuum brake booster will develop a vacuum leak, which can cause engine performance problems, hissing or whistling noise, as well as requiring increased pressure on the brake pedal to stop.

The first test:
With the vehicle parked, turned OFF, and the parking brake set, pump the brake pedal 5 to 6 times. If the pedal gets harder to push after several times, your booster is probably good.

The second test (To make sure):
After the test above, without making any changes, press and hold the brake pedal with light to moderate pressure.
Now with your foot still on the brake pedal, start the vehicle.
If the booster is good, you will feel the pedal go down when the engine starts.

Hope this helps!

Jun 21, 2014 | 1993 Cadillac DeVille

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Jan 12, 2014 | Saturn Ion Cars & Trucks

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My wife's Almera 1.8i has the problem that it idles fine but when you push down on the fuel pedal the car has NO power and sometimes the engine dies. I have replaced the fuel pump and the fuel pre

try the dealer ,it sounds like it needs the factory software to see whats up with it ,a code reader is ok but modern cars need the factory encrypted software to diagnose certain faults ,This could be anything from a mass air flow sensor to a dirty wiring connection

Apr 17, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Gas pedal is very hard to push down and car turns off sometimes while driving. I've had this car for a year and it's never done this. What could be causing it?

A warped throttle blade could cause this or a binding throttle cable or linkage, you must have to figure out which one.

Sep 17, 2012 | 2000 Hyundai Elantra

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97 Monte Carlo and the breaks sound like just air

check the brake fluid level, this is under the hood near the back wall by the drivers side. brakes are serious problem and should go to shop, they probably need the brake bled, this is where all the air is pushed out of the lines, sometimes you can get lucky and pump the brake pedal ( push down and release the brake pedal) over and over again and see if they tighten up

hope this helps

Jul 05, 2012 | 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Sometimes the brakelight dont come on. i push the pedal and it takes a few seconds to come on. i changed the brake light bulbs,checked the fuses all good

there is a switch, like a push button, mounted to the brake pedal arm. i would look there next. they unplug from wiring and generally some type of snap/clip holds them onto the brake pedal arm. you will have to get down on the gournd and look up underneath the dashboard. a flash light could come in handy

Oct 25, 2010 | Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD Cars & Trucks

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Car wont shift out of park. does it have a manual a parking, safty switch and where might it be located

There is a switch under the dash that the brake pedal lever hits. Sometimes a drivers foot can hit this switch and push it away from its mounts.

Just look for a switch that rides the pedal lever when you push down on the pedal. I have seen this problem before, and even fuses have been knocked loose from fuse panels by Drivers feet.

Sometimes Women will put their purse behind the Front console and when they reach to the back floorboard their feet kick up at the fuses and switches under the dash.

Jul 18, 2010 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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I installed new intake monifold gaskets because the bottom one was sucking air in and my 1996 dodge intrepid 3.5 liter engine would run at 2300 RPM'S. After changing the gaskets the car is hard to start...

Take it to bits again and check the gasket you put on and all the other gaskets as it still sounds like you have air sucking and a blockage somewhere else so check out all parts you done and the parts you dident

Oct 08, 2009 | Dodge Intrepid Cars & Trucks

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1999 honda prelude manual transmission isn't disengaging all the way when i shift, sometimes locking the shifter in gear or not allowing me to up or down shift. I know my master and slave cylinders need to...

This depends as dose it do it when cold or hot.
2nd when you push in pedal and put in gear dose it go in clean or hard to select 3rd can you hear a grinding noise when pushing in pedal and noise goes
when you take you foot off the clutch pedal IF so then its the thrust bearing on clutch REPLACE ALL .4th if you push in clutch pedal and select a gear and let the clutch out if drive right out (replace)

Sep 27, 2009 | 1999 Honda Prelude

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Check the fuel pump.

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