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Old 09-11-2005, 12:01   #1 (permalink)
truce
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96 AC Max Not Working (vacuum problem?)

I recently had my 96 V6 serviced. Of relevance, I had all the
pads replaced and the brake lines bled to put new fluid in. Since
then, i have noticed 2 problems with the vacuum. First, within a
week (approx 250mi) in extremely hot weather, as I was driving,
the brakes became "soft" and required lots of travel of the pedal
before they would stop the car and consequentially, it took a
longer distance to stop. I have not seen that happen in the last
few weeks, but now, I find that the AC on MAX won't work, it
only works on regular. I did look under the hood, but didn't see
a problem with the hose from the intake to the brakes. I did not
know where the rest of the vacuum was drawn from though, so
I could not diagnose the AC part of the problem. Any suggestions?


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