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Braking System: Brake Hydro Booster

I have a gorgeous 1991 Lincoln Mark VII Bill Blass Edition. It has ABS. The Brake Hydro Booster died. How do I fix it? Where do I get the part? Dealer and othe parts people say "Good luck, pal. Too bad, you got a nice car there."

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The first brakelines to leak on my 1988 Bill Blass where those going under the engine. Check in the frame where the lines are routed from the ABS to the front brakes.

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