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Break line broke replaced no leaks can't get break paddle99 Chevy
Sounds like you may have an air bubble in the master cylinder. The most effective way to deal with that is getting a master cylinder bleeder kit from your local parts store - make sure it has the metal clips that will hold the hoses in the master cylinder. Install line adapters after removing brake lines from the master. top up the fluid in the master and install hose clips, making sure the end of the hoses are in the brake fluid at least 1 inch. Slowly pump the brake pedal, making sure you bottom out the pedal and release SLOWLY so you don\'t suck air into the hoses - have a helper watch the fluid level in the master cylinder and the bubble production. The fluid level should not sink during this procedure - if it does, then you may have a faulty master cylinder. Pump until you have no more bubbles. If the bubbles don\'t stop, then you have a faulty master cylinder.
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on Dec 02, 2013
Replace brake booster on 1997 f150 @veicle is
there are three reasons:
1 . the brake booster
is lack of pressure, need to change a new one.
2. the brake pad wearing too much , need to change a new ones.
3. the brake fluid can't flow into the brake disc side, have to check the brake hose and master cylinder tank.
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on Oct 06, 2013
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