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Old 10-03-2017, 09:59 AM   #1
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Chassis: Ford B600
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88 B600 Brake Info

I have an 88 B600 with hydraulic brakes, front disc and hydroboost. I need to find a Ford shop manual with information on the brake system, bleeding procedures, etc. Does anyone know precisely which manual and volume I need that will cover my vehicle. I see lots of Ford shop manuals online, but they seem to cover a wide array of medium duty truck models and I want to find the one that has information on my specific system. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 02-17-2018, 01:25 AM   #2
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I have an 88 B600 with hydraulic brakes, front disc and hydroboost. I need to find a Ford shop manual with information on the brake system, bleeding procedures, etc. Does anyone know precisely which manual and volume I need that will cover my vehicle. I see lots of Ford shop manuals online, but they seem to cover a wide array of medium duty truck models and I want to find the one that has information on my specific system. Any help would be appreciated.
Find a shop that uses Mitchell online. They can download and print you the service info on that system including the backup pressure system if it's steering pump powered with the buzzer and electric backup. Be sure to bleed the fitting on the booster first then longest to shortest wheels.

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