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Old 08-04-2019, 07:38 AM
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Thats what you'll remeber about me so thanks and my question or problem is I bled my brakes, because master cylinder was changed out and rear won't bleed but the front bleed now i have the worst loss of brakes when i turn the truck on. Disconnected a brake line from front wheel cylinder to rear axle but i still don't know where to start?
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Brake diaphram and master cylinder brake lines wheel cylinders. Without replacing all. I get no pressure on brakes when i start truck but with truck off i get normal pressure. Bled all lines checked master cylinder still cant find leak or clog changed brake lines from front to brake box on rear frame Abs lights come on and off when i push brakes all the way in. Installed new rotors brakes for front and master cylinder. Bleeding has been done got a bleeder kit. But rear drum brakes will not bleed. Loud whooooosh from under hood when i depress the pedal
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"Loud whooooosh from under the hood when I depress the pedal" == Your booster is shot, dear sir.

Sounds like the previous master cylinder leaked and the brake fluid et up the booster's internal seals.

That would also explain why you have no brakes with the motor on.

Now - as to the REAR brakes - I'd be checking the proportioning valve and the ABS control valve to make sure they're not plugged.

Easiest is to start at the axle, crack the brake line going into the rear brake hose, and see if you can get fluid out there. If you do, the problem is the hose or the rear brake T fitting. If not, then go to the next stop going back to the front. Lather, rinse, repeat, until you find a place that the line cracked open gives you a pressure leak. Bingo. You've found where it's plugged (the line or item DOWNSTREAM of where it leaks now.)

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