Started by RoamingRobert, March 18, 2023, 07:22 PM
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QuoteThere are bleeders for both boosters. These should be bled first. They are on the boosters themselves. on the long, thin part which extends toward the front of the RV. This removes the air between them and the master cylinder. If there is air in there, anything done with the rest of the system will yield minimal to no improvement. When I bled the brakes prior to shipping the Chariot to Brads, the pedal went to the floor. When I bled the master cylinder to booster lines, immediately the brake pedal pressure returned to normal, which is definitely firm.Look in the manual. It shows the booster and lines along the frame pretty well.If you continually loose pressure with no obvious signs of leakage at the wheels, master cylinder or boosters, look along the inner frame, driver side, where the boosters are located. There are junction fittings there which split the lines out to the wheels, You can see them easily.