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2001 Chevrolet venture when I press on the brake I can hear air above my feet where it could be coming from?

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Sounds like your brake vacuum booster has a cracked internal diaphragm. You will have to replace the whole booster assy because you can’t repair this. This is the big round saucer looking part that bolts to your firewall under the hood and the brake master cylinder bolts to it.

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