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The brake booster on my Viggen is definitely leaking air from - what I can tell from looking - the bellows. It's like the bellows isn't quite seated on the lip of the actual booster. I can move it up with my fingers to get the leak to stop, but once the brakes are engaged, it slides back just enough.
The pedal is definitely a bit squishy.
Any suggestions on what I can do to hold the bellows in place? Does it simply slide up a bit further onto the booster and I need to try again?
Part #4 at the link below.
01 9-3 Viggen
03 9-5 Arc
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