1995 F350 diesel 7.3 duel rear wheel dump. brake pedal going to floor when motor on. new master cylender, no fluid leaks, system has been blead. pedal is fine when truck is off.

Asked by Oct 12, 2012 at 07:58 AM

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the only thing i could thing of is maybe the power assist booster but not sure if diesels have those or maybe a vaccume leak some were about only things i can think of sorry

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