I replaced my calipers, rotors, and pads in the front. Two weeks later i picked up a stock Cj brake booster. I installed it a new power MC and replaced the wheel cylinders and hardware in the rear. I "T"'ed the booster vacuum line into the PCV line going into the front of my Weber. at first the pedalk would have pressure, it would release and then it would have pressure again about two inches from the floor when the brakes were applied. I checked the vacuum kline for leaks and lubed all the pivot points on the booster while i was under the hood. Now I have to stand on the pedal to get the brakes to engage and the pedal sticks to the floor. I am clueless. Anyone have any idea. Thanks. BUCK
I'm not under the hood to check, but I'm pretty darn sure you don't want to hook up your brake booster to your PCV valve/hose. It should run off of manifold vacuum. I'm not sure what motor you have, but my AMC V8 has a hole in the manifold with a fitting for the booster hose.