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Re: need advice on bleeding brakes - 400GT

rtog01

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If the boosters fit the Espada, I"d like to get in line to buy them, assuming the 400 GT doesn"t need them. But a quick question first. I"ve been driving for six months without any brake servos and it teaches one to be a defensive driver that"s for sure. The servos were working perfectly but I started to backfire out of the passender side. When I disconnected the servos, the backfiring stopped immediately. You could hook them up in the garage, rev to 1500 and backfire continuously, then uphook them and the car ran perfectly. Is this a clear symptom of a bad servo or is it more likely a hose failure? I realize I should have investigated this problem right away but I once drove a 3/4 ton 4X4 for a year with a power steering hose out. You get used to it. And it"s a good excuse not to let anyone else take the car for spin! The last time I did that, she drove all through the neighborhood with the emergency brake on! Rex --- In VintageLambo@yahoogroups.com, "docmirror " wrote: > I have an extra set of new Lockheed 7" boosters if you want to > upgrade. My cost $650, I"ll throw in shipping within conUS. > > Yes, for bleeding, work from the furthest to the closest. I used ATE > super blue for it"s Low Moisture Hydroscopy. > > Doc > > --- In VintageLambo@yahoogroups.com, "Aaron A. Arnold " > wrote: > > This will be the first thing I need to do when I pick up the 400GT > > soon, and I would like to hear some advice about the methods used > by > > other owners. > > > > Rule of thumb I have used with success is to work your way from the > > farthest point away from the Master cyl. I have no experience > with > > this style booster in the rear, so I know you guys can help me. > > > > Thanks in advance - > > > > Aaron (#0586)

 

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