Unloaded Vacuum Power Brake Booster - Domestic
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Wearever Unloaded Vacuum Power Brake Booster - Domestic

Part No. 54-81001 Warranty Details  

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Wearever Remanufactured Vacuum Brake Boosters, Hydro-Vac Boosters, and Hydraulic Boosters, offer your vehicle reliable stopping performance, every time. Every unit is remanufactured to meet or exceed OEM performance, providing a quality product both you and your vehicle rely on.

Product Features:
  • 100% O.E. quality seals, diaphragms and check valves are installed on every unit for like-new performance and reliability
  • Exclusive rust-prohibitive finishing process extends unit life
  • Master cylinder output rods are pre-adjusted (when included) for easier and faster installation
  • New mounting nuts and washers ensure proper, hassle-free installation
  • All units are 100% tested to ensure reliable performance
  • Guaranteed fit and function
  • Meets or exceeds O.E.M performance
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Color/Finish:Gray
Diaphragm Diameter:10.865 in
Diaphragm Type:Dual Diaphragm
Master Cylinder Included:No
Master Cylinder Stud Thread Size:3/8 x 16
Material:Steel
New Or Remanufactured:Remanufactured

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  • Q:

    i am getting a little bit of fluid seepage between the master cylinder and the booster. does anyone know if there is a seal that is replaceable in there or do i need to buy a new booster??? thanks
    Asked on 4/8/2012 by Anonymous

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    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Pull the check valve out of the booster, the white plastic fitting where rubber hose attaches, and then use a wire tie as a dipstick to check for brake fluid down in booster. You may have a leaking master cylinder and fluid is being sucked into booster. The brake fluid may be up to the level of the check valve and brake fluid being pulled into manifold and burned in engine could make for rougher idle.

      Answered on 4/9/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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