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Unread 08-27-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
OZKER09
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99' tj 6 cylinder

Not to mechanically inclined. I have a question about a hose that goes from the carburetor to the master cylinder I believe. I can feel the air being sucked in but I was wondering if its supposed to be exposed like that or if there is something that goes right there. I posted a picture but from my phone, never uploaded with my phone so I hope it shows up. Thanks

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Unread 08-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #2
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I think I made matters worse. After I was done messing with the hose I went to pick up my daughter and my brakes got extremely stiff. I had to drive really slow and stop breaking really early so I can stop on time. What did I do and is there any way to fix it. I literally had no problems before I started messing with the hose, the car was breaking fine up until I was messing with it. I did find a vacuum hose that came loose, would I just need to bleed the breaks? I don't see any leaks either. Please help!!!

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