Originally Posted by 347
I have a firmish pedal when braking but it does not want to stop.
I have bled all the lines. The car is a 1600 sedan with drum rears, and unknown twin piston calipers and vented rotors on the front.
With the engine off when I pump the pedal it does not get any harder and when I start the engine the pedal does not drop. In my other two cars they have a hard pedal when pumped before starting and when started the pedal drops slightly.
Does this mean my booster is rooted?
Yeah i'd suggest that either the booster is busted, or blocked. Check for blockages throughout the braking hydrolics, including master cylinder.
Falcon Killer (if you believe what Ford Service Departments have to say about me)
AU II XR6 - October 2001 ~ December 2002 - RIP
BA XR6 - December 2002 ~ Soon to disappear if Ford CRC can't fix it....
45,000km service coming up - and i'll be asking for a sizable list of fixes:
* Gearbox (3rd time)
* Steering click (5th time)
* Brake Shudder (2nd time, and has the applied "Fix")