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1974 winnebago motor home mike d 1-15-13  
Have a 1974 winnebago indian with a 440 and a 727 transmission...i just put on a new brake master cylinder and two new rear lower brake cylinders, i topped the resivor and started vehicle,when i started pumping brakes to bleed system a bunch of smoke comes out exhaust pipes? Now every time i apply my brakes it smokes like crazy??? Can u throw any sugggestions on what i can do to stop this problem
Re: 1974 winnebago motor home BUBBA THE BUS TECH 1-16-13  
Bolted to the frame usually on the drivers side, is a brake booster called a Hydro-Vac.

It is a power brake booster run by engine vacume. It is most likely bad and pumping brake fluid into the engine intake.

Available on line or through heavy truck parts suppliers last I checked.

Good Luck
Re: 1974 winnebago motor home James L 6-9-14  
My airconditioner fan works but it is not cooling it stopped after a power outage while plugged in. I checked breaker panel its ok
Thanks
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