How do hydroboost brakes work?

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Hydro boost brakes work by utilizing a brake fluid pressure booster. The booster applies pressure to your brake fluid, which in turn, applies pressure to the brake pads. You can find more information here: www.autorepairtips.org
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1. Park the truck and engage the emergency brake. Pump the brake pedal five times with your foot. Pop the hood on the truck. Unbolt the master cylinder from the hydroboost with an
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Remove the hydroboost unit from the firewall and replace it with the vacuum assisted booster. If you are careful you may be able to do this without disconnecting the brake lines.
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I f you have very little skills in the mechanical department and limited on tool selection, you could be on this all day. A good mechanic with air wrenches and 10 years of experience
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