Join Date: May 2006
Location: Escondido CA
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The video talks about pumping the brakes while flushing the power steering fluid. Why are the brakes effected, don't they have their own reservoir? He also comments after the flush that the brakes felt much more responsive...what am I missing??
The power steering pump provides fluid to the steering and the hydro boost systems.
Early '99 F250(02-98) 192,000mi,2wd,auto,Extra cab longbed,Bak Flip tonneau cover,AIS,4" turbo back exhaust,ITP regulated fuel return,SS HPX line,203 Tstat,Evans coolant,Isspro EV2 gauges on "A" pillar,John Wood HD 4R100,6.0 cooler,DP Tuner F5 chip,Terminator Scangauge
1989 F250 4x4 7.3 IDI w Banks Sidewinder turbo, 149,000 mi, Regular cab, E4OD, 8600 GVWR, 4.10 LS, Isspro EV2 gauges EGT, Trans temp, Coolant temp, Oil press, Boost press