Bomb leakage vs brake servo
pjrose at frontiernet.net
Thu Jul 10 11:26:19 EDT 2003
Well the servo was gonna be my suggestion. However I've never tested a bad
one, so don't know what to tell you. How long a time did you observe the
output of the servo? And is it possible it's leaking _so_ fast that it's
"all over" by the time you test it?
At 8:39 AM -0400 7/10/03, Mike Del Tergo wrote:
>A follow up to my last question. I recently replaced my bomb after it
>exhibited many of the classic, gone south" symptoms. I actually like the
>firm pedal but the car will be shared by my wife who is not so enamored.
>Any way the bomb was replaced, system flushed as P/S was done at same time
>and the same symptoms exist. Someone recommended looking into the check
>valve, it turns out this is internal to the bomb, so assumed good. Next was
>the brake servo, the pedestal upon which the brake M/C rests. The check per
>Bentley is to remove the return line from the servo and check for leakage, a
>few drops OK, stream, not so much.
>Well as the line runs UP from the servo to the pentosin resevoir, that will
>all flow out, as it did. No leakage from the servo though. Bentley is very
>unclear as to where the leakage should come from though I have to assumme
>the servo side.
>Any BTDT's? seems like a low failure part, maybe a used one is in order?
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