first of all, thanks in advance for any help and thanks just for being here, i
appreciate all the input i have recieved in the past. replacing my entire a/c
was a chore but i got it done, but somehow broke something (a vent door for the
floor vents or something) so every time i start or stop the engine or push on
or off the recirculate button i get about 12 seconds of clicking noise from the
vent, but i can live with that considering its a 10 yr old with 220K.
now to my sons truck - '96 350 Z-71
brake pedal is very mushy and has a "air suction" sound. holding a baggie
around the brake rod grommet at the firewall shows that air is passing from the
cab into the firewall, assumedly into the booster pump. so - assumedly this
having never messed with these before - any suggestions?
are there any tricks to removal and replacement, or is it just straightforward?
is a brake bleeding necessary afterwards?
is a used part worht the savings?
any way to tell if i should replace the master cylinder also, or is it
recommended to go ahead and do it anyway?
also, i glanced through All Data DIY and didnt see much in there about the
booster pump but i really didnt have time to look too hard last night, and
chiltons has nothing. does this mean it is too much for a DIYer?