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post #1 of 5 Old 06-24-2008, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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please help. 95 350 psd. 5 speed. dually. new master cylinder. new shoes and pads, all system bled but the pedal is extremely spongy. the truck stops fine but the pedal is spongy. any help is appreciated. thanks
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my 95 gasser was the same abd si us my buddies 95 so i dont know but heres a free bump

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Vacume pump...look into that, everyone says its only when its too stiff but mine was real spongy till i replaced it.
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vacuum pump is brand new. less than 1500 miles ago. (motorcraft).
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Check your wheel bearings. If the bearings are loose it can push the caliper back in farther then it really needs to be. This can cause the petal go down more than normal.

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