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brake booster testing ( off car)

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This might have been covered before, but can any one tell me if a brake booster can be tested off the car? like with a vacuum gun? or does it need to be on the car with the engine running for any tests?

I have 2 early 1970's servos, one was working when it was taken off ( about 13 years ago :classic:) the other is an unknown but is probably the original from my my 1970 so 34 years old!!!

Or given the age of the components should I just get a rebuilt one?

thanks for any help

Andrew

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Yes, and Yes. :devious:

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well i had to put a larger booster for sub woofers i putted in yesterday i goes thump thump a lot better now hopefully your booosters treat you well.

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Originally posted by kyleh

well i had to put a larger booster for sub woofers i putted in yesterday i goes thump thump a lot better now hopefully your booosters treat you well.

What are you talking about? Brakes or stereos???:stupid: :stupid:

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