2004 leaking brake booster

Asked by Apr 09, 2016 at 06:52 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 leaking between the brake booster and the
manifold.

10 Answers

92,815

The brake booster is only connected to the in take via a vacuum line, so if it is leaking replace it, parts stores will carry the line you need and clamps if you need them.

Best Answer
46,275

Leaking vacuum or fluid?

Fluid

None of the hoses leak it leaks right where me finger points

92,815

Master cylinder has went bad, replace it quickly or you could ruin the booster also, if it hasn't done so already.

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46,275

Tennisshoes is correct. The master cylinder is bad and leaking out the back. If fluid starts getting into the booster you will have to replace it also.

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How can you tell if the booster has been compromised?

92,815

Pull the vacuum hose right at the booster and see if there is fluid traces in the hose or even the check valve, things should be dry in that area.

My system seems to be hydraulic

92,815

After expanding the pic you sent it is a hydro boost system so you won't have a vacuum brake booster.

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