2000 Dodge Ram Repair Question
Asked on January 3, 2007
Brake problems on a 2000 dodge ram 1500 4x4 ex-cab
My master cylinder started leaking fluid into the vacuum booster so I replaced them both. My brakes seem to work fine but the brake pedal will not return to the original position. I have to pull it up with my foot now. The master cylinder and vacuum booster were both new, not rebuilt. I also bench bled the new master cylinder before installing and I have bled the brakes since. The brakes do not seem to be dragging when the pedal is down but my brake lights won't go off and I have adjusted the switch as far down as I can. Sometimes as I am driving the pedal will slowly fall down and the brake lights come on and the cruise control goes off. Can you please help me with this irritating problem??
Asked by treynolds