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I have a 1966 JD 400 (?) the brake pedals go to floor. No

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I have a 1966 JD 400 (?) the brake pedals go to floor. No resistance. The tractor sat all winter in a ditch at a rakeish angle and when I drove it out in the spring the brake pedals had no resistance. They had been working fine before being left in the ditch. Hydraulic fluid is full. Should there be fluid in the reservoir the pedals push into. (#5 perhaps) That reservoir was bone dry. Suggestions? Thanks, Vern
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  Don replied 1 year ago.

hi there my name is don

i will try to help you on this

yes there should be fluid in the reservoir that the pedals are attached to more than likely thats a master cylinder you may also have to bleed the brakes

don

Expert:  Don replied 1 year ago.

does your car do this

SymptomsPoor Idle Quality, Hesitation, Cuts Out, Stall

Expert:  Don replied 1 year ago.

sorry wrong question