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P-30 Parking Brakes Terry Bailey 8-4-09  
I have a Bounder with Parking Brake problems and I do not know what to do. The local dealerships cannot help me. Anyone with any information please contact me.

Thanks,
Terry Bailey
tadabailey@hotmail.com
336-498-7580
Re: P-30 Parking Brakes BUBBA THE BUS TECH 8-4-09  
If you expalin your problem we may be able to help you.
Re: Oshkosh /Mallard overland 1999 Brake problem Dave Ellis 3-23-10  
Hi Bubba,i recently had a vehicle inspection and failed as the brakes did not function at the required level.Firstly the vehicle has been re commisioned after being laid up for a couple of years.After a short time when running it seemed the power steering belt was slipping - checked the tension and the belt - all ok,now with more running time the power steering produced a slight kick back when you turn from lock to lock.I drove thirty miles to the test station and back and now along with the kick in the steering wheel there is kick back from the brake pedal!With engine running and some steering lock applied and foot on the brakes it sounds like the electric pump on the hydraulic power head is coming in and out when you apply any pressure to the brake pedal and steering.the brake warning light flashes on and off at the same time.Power steering fluid level is ok.Any ideas on the problem? Regards Dave
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