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tony.mccabe

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  1. Sounds like your brake booster has failed due to water intrusion into the booster. The cowl drains clog and the early cars don't have an adequate boot to seal it out. There is an update to the boot that requires a few more pieces than come with the new "TRW" booster. To see if this the case, remove the plastic cover for the booster and master cylinder and carefully pull the 90 degree plastic vacuum valve out of the grommet on the booster. Look inside and you will likely see a lot of rust. I've done about 10 now and usually the master is bad. The white smoke is water going
  2. I am looking for the black plastic connector housing that connects the speakers, power and ground to the amplifier in the trunk. It is an '03 C4S with M490 radio/sound option. The dealer can't find it nor can I with PET. It is a large 20 pin connector with a slide type lock with all the pins the same size ie: round and about 3mm diameter. any help would be appreciated, thanks. Tony McCabe 503.686.5758
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