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Re: 1101 Brake assist issues
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2007/3/14 16:01
From New Jersey
Posts: 16164
Here's the illustration from the 1933-36 Parts List showing some brake pedal linkage details and the location of the springs. Ignore the circled detail, I used the image previously to point out the location of the brake light switch.

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Posted on: 12/9 6:25:54
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Re: 1101 Brake assist issues
Home away from home
2016/7/2 21:18
From Burlington, NC
Posts: 217
thank you for this detail, it shows that what was under my car is completely wrong. Today I am going to remove the booster, evidently its froze up and not functioning at all.
Thank you for helping me out with this...
This car has been real troublesome, unlike any i have restored so far, everything on this car was wrong, or didn't function as need be, hopefully Im near the end of all this.

Posted on: 12/9 6:44:59
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Re: 1101 Brake assist issues
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2013/5/7 13:42
From Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Posts: 619
Good Morning...Just imagine what we all could learn if your Packard could talk and detail how your brake system ended up as it has! By the time some of these machines were to their 4th owner or so, they were 'Repaired' with anything that might work! We see all sorts of strange repairs in the garage where I volunteer on Fridays! Surprisingly, a few of the strange repairs actually work pretty well. Have a great Packard day. Ernie in Arizona.

Posted on: 12/9 9:05:06
Caretaker of the 1949-288 Deluxe Touring Sedan
'Miss Prudence' and the 1931 Model A Ford Tudor 'Miss Princess'
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