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Brake boosters deal with high amounts of pressure and vacuum for its operation. that's why you need a durable Brake Booster Vacuum Hose to keep up with the great amount of stress it could get subjected to. This hose handles the vacuum that the engine produces so that the booster can assist the pedal input of the driver. The vacuum "softens" The brake pedal so that the driver doesn't need much effort in braking. A leaking or broken Brake Booster Vacuum Hose won't get the vacuum flowing from the engine to the booster and might result in reduced amount of assist or total failure of the braking system. A good and working braking system is even more important than an engine that performs well. So make sure that the Brake Booster Vacuum Hose is always at its top condition. In case of failure, you can always get one from Auto Parts Warehouse. We have the widest range of parts for different makes and models, so you don't have to worry much about finding the right part for your car. Get parts with high quality at prices that are easy on the pocket. Get great value for money only from your online car parts source, Auto Parts Warehouse.

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Brake Booster Vacuum Hose: Dos and Don'ts When Buying a Replacement

If your car's brake pedal feels too stiff or loose, then you need to check the brake booster vacuum hose for leaks. Sometimes, because of hard braking, this hose gets damaged. If this happens, it will be difficult for you to stop the car because the power brake assist won't work. Therefore, you might get into an accident. To avoid this catastrophe, you need to replace a faulty brake booster vacuum hose with a first-class replacement immediately. So you won't end up buying the wrong replacement, here's a list of the dos and don'ts that you need to remember when buying a brake booster vacuum hose.

Dos

  • Choose a brake booster vacuum hose that is made from high-quality materials. Usually, booster hoses are made from hose and rubber. Although these materials are less expensive, they tend to shrink or soften because of exposure to varying temperatures. If possible, you should purchase a wire reinforced hose so it won't get damaged by the vacuum pull.
  • Purchase a replacement hose from a trustworthy brand. You'll know that a brand can be trusted if it is patronized by many car owners and if it has been granted five stars in different brand reviews.
  • Buy a brake booster vacuum hose that is specifically made for your vehicle's make and model.

Don'ts

  • Don't buy a product that isn't covered by a warranty plan. Though oftentimes overlooked, warranty plans are very important because they allow you to return your purchase if it suddenly breaks or if it has material and workmanship problems. Moreover, it will allow you to save money because you'll be spared from unexpected repairs and replacements.
  • Don't choose price over quality. Sometimes, in order to reduce production cost, some companies manufacture hoses out of low-grade materials. If you'll choose products like these, you'll save a lot of money. However, you'll just end up spending more in the future because you'll be visiting your mechanic frequently.
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How to Check and Replace a Brake Booster Vacuum Hose

If your car's brake pedal feels spongy, then you should check the brake booster vacuum hose for leaks. This hose is very important in your car's brake assembly because it connects the master cylinder and the brakes. Once it gets damaged, your car's brakes will still work. However, it will be difficult for you to push the brake pedal. Moreover, the braking system will need tremendous effort to stop your car. To avoid these problems, you need to check the vacuum hose and replace it if it's leaking. This DIY guide will teach you how you can do these without consulting a mechanic.

Difficulty level: Moderate

What you'll need:

  • Replacement brake booster vacuum hose
  • Brake fluid
  • Lug wrench
  • Adjustable wrench
  • Floor jack
  • Jack stands

Checking the brake booster vacuum hose for leaks

Step 1: Start your car's engine, and allow it to run for a minute.

Step 2: After a minute, turn off the engine. Then, press the brake pedal a few times. If the pedal gets harder to press, then there is no hose leak. However, you'll know that there is a leak if you're meeting no resistance while you're pressing the brake pedal.

Replacing the leaking brake booster vacuum hose

Step 1: Lift your vehicle using the floor jack. Don't forget to add jack stands near the floor jack so your car won't suddenly fall while you're working under it.

Step 2: Using the lug wrench, remove the lug nuts on your car's tire. Once the lug nuts are removed, detach the tire.

Step 3: Remove the brake's protective cover with the lug wrench's flat end. Doing this will give you access to the brake master cylinder.

Step 4: Loosen the nuts that are holding the master cylinder in place using the adjustable wrench. Then, detach the brake master cylinder. Place the cylinder and the nuts somewhere safe so you won't lose them.

Step 5: Locate the brake booster vacuum hose. This hose is typically installed behind the master cylinder. Once you found it, remove the nut that is holding it in place.

Step 6: Remove the vacuum hose completely by sliding it through the brake housing's rear part. Don't forget to disconnect the hose from the brake line.

Step 7: Put the replacement hose in place. Secure it with the nut you removed earlier. Then, connect it to the brake line and brake assembly.

Step 8: Replace the brake master cylinder. Make sure that it's held in place by the nuts you removed earlier.

Step 9: Get the air out of the brake lines by bleeding them. Do this by removing the bleeding nut behind the brake assembly. Once brake fluid comes out, close the nut. Then, refill the brake fluid reservoir.

Step 10: Reinstall the brake's protective cover. Afterwards, put the tire back in place, and lower your car to the ground.