My 1979 lincoln towncar has a brake problem. I was driving late, late at night and my brakes went to the floor. Pumping and pumping just to get a tiny bit of pressure to stop what could have turned into a serious battering ram. Lol. When I was able to stop, I checked the fluid and it was full. Hmmmmmm? Looked underneath the car and noticed some dried up fluid inside rear wheel. Okay, bad cylinder. No prob. Next morning popped the hood open seen fluid leaking behind master cyl. Where it bolts to booster. Okay, so picked up a new master cyl. 20 dollars. Not bad. So I bolted it back up, brake cleaner sprayed around the area see if I had any leaks. None. Started it up and pumped the brakes to get the fluid moving but resevoir is still full of fluid. Do I have a bad booster? Or am I filling the system wrong/ is there a special procedure? WHERES RASAMATAZ? I COULD USE A LITTLE HELP. THX 2CARPROS
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 AT 2:46 AM