Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Tehachapi, CA
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You could always try a "zero-loss" booster from Ford. There was a TSB on it (I'll post it if I can find it). You have to order the part by the number and not the application. Other than that, consider manually adjusting the rear brakes (with the parking brake off) throught the access holes in the backing plates. I've found that the auto-adjusters on the rear brakes don't always work as they should.
Brake Booster, Zero-Loss (94-97)
(Ford) F5TZ-2005-CA (not a service replacement; it must be ordered by the part number, not vehicle application … from TSB 96-25-19, but TSB number not verified)
1997 F250 SC 4x4, E4OD, 4.10 LS, Basically Stock, Relocated Block Heater Plug, External Trans Filter, Tru-Cool Max, I/C Mounted but not Plumbed
SOLD - 1994 F350 CC DRW 2WD PSD, 5 Speed, 4.10 LS, SBC Con-O, Baldwin Filter, Tymar HPX Hose, DPPI DP, Bilsteins, $12 AIC, Coolant Filter, Explorer Overhead Console, A-Pillar w/ISSPRO Black Ice, EV Boost, and EV Pyro, Modified Pedestal, Gutted EBPV.