Friday, March 15th, 2013 AT 6:25 PM
I have a 1994 F150 XLT 4X4 with 5.0 v8, I have replaced the brake booster several times (every month lately) the master cylinder is dry and not leaking into the booster, check valve is replaced with booster every time, New fuel pressure regulator, new brake lines, new brake pads, rotors, drums, shoes, and fluid. About 1 week after changing booster when I start truck I hear a hissing from under dash by brake pedal and when I push on the brakes the hissing goes away, also when I push on the brakes sometimes the pedal is VERY hard and I have to stand on it to stop. The pedal seems to be getting harder more frequently, what is causing this? Im on my 4th booster and im getting sick of replacing these every month, it is a lifetime waranty one from autozone but dont want to change it continueusly in my lifetime! Please help! There don't seem to be any other vacume leaks. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated thank you.