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Hello, Before I get into buying parts like crazy for no reason I would like to ask about this: Couple of days ago while driving downhill coming to a stop and waiting for traffic my brake pedal started to go down to the floor. replaced 2 rear wheel cylinder one was leaking bad 2 months ago.
Noticed as well that between the master cylinder and the power booster brake fluid leaking (picture below) the vacuum hose it's ok not broken or craked
My question: which one should be the problem causing the leak? master cylinder or power booster? and if this will be the cause for the pedal going to the floor.
1992 F150 5.0 4X4 MM Manual Hubs, Extended Cab, 1994 E4OD Short Bed
210K Miles and counting, Aux Transmission Cooler, 3G Alternator
Master cylinder.... There should be no oil or brake fluid in the booster.
__________________ No matter how carefully you choose your words, they'll always end up being twisted by others! 1993 Thunderbird LX 3.8L AOD.
1997 Explorer XLT 4X2 4.0L SOHC 5R55E
1997 F-250 HD Extended cab, long bed, 5.8L, E4OD.
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