I have a 1990 grand caravan v6 3.3L engine. We replaced the master cylinder& brake booster. Booster was listed for both 3.0& 3.3L engines.
NOW we can't get the brakes to grab at all--bleeding them is doing nothing.
It came with another valve(?) And my friend did not put IT on, but hooked it up as it came out of the box.
This part was listed as "for a 3.0L, " a further search at the parts store for a 3.3L revealed the same part number.
I suggested to my friend that, since it was listed as being for the other engine that just maybe that little "extra" part is what it makes it fit a 3.3L but he said no, it shouldn't make any difference. I begged to differ but, what do I know, right?
Right now, brakes going to floor no matter how much we try and bleed them.
This whole repair came about because my brakes gave out and he decided that if we were going to replace the booster that we'd might as well replace the master cylinder, too. Parts were original on the van.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 AT 8:22 PM