When should you replace brake booster?

1 Answer:
  • Hock Fee Lau
    Normally, a vacuum booster will last from 150,000 miles to the lifetime of the vehicle. In especially dry climates, dry rot may cause deterioration of the internal diaphragm, and require replacement. Brake pedal is difficult to engage.10 Jan 2020
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