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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY Fading    Pedal    (pedal    falling    away under steady foot pressure). Brake drums cracked or thin (expanding when hot causing too much clearance.  Replace brake drums. Poor   quality   brake   fluid   (low   boiling point). Replace with approved brake fluid. Hose or line connections loose, ruptured or damaged causing leakage. Tighten or replace. Primary cups of master cylinder pistons     worn     or     damaged;     master cylinder bore corroded or worn. Repair or replace master cylinder. Wheel cylinder cups worn or damaged; bores worn or corroded. Repair or replace wheel cylinder. Noise and Chatter (squealing, clicking or scraping noise upon application of brakes) Brake shoes twisted, distorted, incorrect or broken; cracked welds. Replace brake shoes. Linings    worn    out,    glazed,    incorrect, loose or soiled w/grease or brake fluid; foreign    matter    imbedded    in    linings; incorrect grind or lining position. Replace with new lined brake shoes. Brake shoe rerurn springs weak; anchor  pins  or  backing  plate  loose  or defective; hold-down parts defective. Tighten  or  replace  parts  and  lubricate  all points of wear. Shoe ledges rough or grooved. Smooth ledges and lubricate. Brake   drums   thin,   cracked,   loose   or scored. Refinish or replace. Power  cylinder  control  valve  defective causing excessive noise. Repair or replace valve. Power  cylinder  check  valve  broken  or leaking. Replace valve. CTS-2055S  Chapter IV  Page 5 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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