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Vacuum leak caused by vacuum assisted brakes?

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05-09-05, 10:34 AM   #1  
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Vacuum leak caused by vacuum assisted brakes?

My '77 F-100 is running horribly. The day before this started to happen, I changed the pads. I didn't remove the calliper, I just pushed it back with a C-Clamp.

Is it possible that I caused a vacuum leak?

How do I fix it?

Desparate for info....


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05-09-05, 06:33 PM   #2  
You cant cause a vacuum leak by pushing back the caliper, that is on the hydraulic side.

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