Doug Pruitt wrote
> > > The next time this happens to someone they should disconnect the
> > >vacuum hose from the booster and plug it with something that won't get
> > >sucked into it. ....
> > >
Jim Barrettw wrote
> > Doug,
> > PLEASE DO NOT do this!. If the fluid is leaking inside the unit
> > be killed! I....
> Another reason to tie off the vacuum line is to avoid sucking fluid into
> the intake manifold. Glycol based fluid may not be a problem but I'm
> not so sure about silicone based fluids.
Bought a Stainless flex-hose from CAT that is an "emergency booster
replacement" Costs about $10. Good for emergency or replacement,
depending on the size of your foot and leg muscles.
Steve Laifman < Find out what is most >
B9472289 < important in your life >
< and don't let it get away!>
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