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Old May 28th, 2006, 08:48 PM   #1
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i have a 1994 f-150 and it has 5.0 in it and i was driving it today and it stalled out 2 time the first time i was making a hard right going about 5-10 mph with foot on brake and then at lowes i was parked and put it into drive and started making hard left and did it again and i popped the hood and were the master cylinder bolts up to thebrake booster it looked like bake fluid was all ove it and spatered around the inner fender well but it drives fine ans stops fine need the help thanks a lot


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i have a 1994 f-150 and it has 5.0 in it and i was driving it today and it stalled out 2 time the first time i was making a hard right going about 5-10 mph with foot on brake and then at lowes i was parked and put it into drive and started making hard left and did it again and i popped the hood and were the master cylinder bolts up to thebrake booster it looked like bake fluid was all ove it and spatered around the inner fender well but it drives fine ans stops fine need the help thanks a lot


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We would all love to help you but we cannot understand all that jibberish up there. Make what you saw more clear.
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Old May 28th, 2006, 09:18 PM   #3
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Old May 29th, 2006, 12:26 AM   #4
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ok from what i can understand your master c is leaking, internally or something, is the booster line filling with brake fluid and getting in to the intake of the engine?
hows the fluid level?
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the level in the resivoir is full
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Old May 29th, 2006, 09:37 AM   #6
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then im guessing if the resivor is full then it aint brake fluid leaking?
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Old May 29th, 2006, 09:41 AM   #7
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well ford thats sounds like power steering but i dont know how that would make it stall cause mine leaks like crazy and most fords do and thats prolly not ur problem so look elsewere
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Old May 29th, 2006, 09:44 AM   #8
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new power steering pump last winter and there isn't alot of brake fluid all over but it is there but not enough to make the resovoir go empty
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new power steering pump last winter and there isn't alot of brake fluid all over but it is there but not enough to make the resovoir go empty

Can you please learn proper grammar?

If there is brake fluid behind the master cylinder it must be leaking from the back seal. Even if itís not enough to make the reservoir go empty, you should fix it before the seal blows. If the seal goes while driving, good luck stopping.
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i had a ton of sand stone in it when it stalled out and it was leaking were the master cylinder bolts to the booster
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So replace the gasket. Then get a ton of rich black dirt, haul here to my house, and see if you stall anymore.
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Yes, now that I FINALY can comprehend wtf happened, like has been said, replace the master cylinder gasket, or you'll go to stop sometime soon, and have no brakes. Please take the three extra seconds out of your life next post and use proper grammar and English.
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Suggestion being to use MS Word and type what you want to post in there. Then you can simply cut and copy into here.

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i had a ton of sand stone in it when it stalled out and it was leaking were the master cylinder bolts to the booster

you had a ton of stone in a half ton truck that your trying to sell?
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acually 3/4 of a ton
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This is the most ridiculous post I've seen in a while...

"I overloaded my F-150 with stone and gravel and it stalled it and started leaking something. What could it be?"


Stupidity. That's what it is. It's the guys like you that piss everyone off on the road when they grossly overload their truck and can't go faster than 40 mph. Just park the truck and drive your dune buggy.
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 11:30 AM   #17
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This is the most ridiculous post I've seen in a while...

"I overloaded my F-150 with stone and gravel and it stalled it and started leaking something. What could it be?"


Stupidity. That's what it is. It's the guys like you that piss everyone off on the road when they grossly overload their truck and can't go faster than 40 mph. Just park the truck and drive your dune buggy.

You win the 06/23/2006 daily E-Thug award. :miff:
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