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  1. TR2 has such a simple system and still I can't figure out why pressure builds up until brakes stay on. For the moment I have an emergency solution, as I had an aftermarket brake servo installed, (and did blame it for the pressure build up and removed it) there is a bleed nipple in its place. When I feel the pedal getting lost of play, I just have to bleed the system just a few drops, and I can drive on. I have just 5 year old brake hoses, and just a week ago I replaced all the seals in the master cylinder. I also checked the non return valve in the master cylinder, and it seems to work. What w
  2. Out for a short spin this morning I noted a hissing noise ( like an escape of air ) when the brake peddle was depressed. The braking does not appear to have been effected although I didn't want to take any chances so returned home to investigate on the drive. The noise level is constant each time the brake is depressed and only when the engine is running. No apparent leaks from the brake lines and no bubbles in the master cylinder reservoir. The noise could not be heard when listening to the servo unit and only whilst in the car- coming from the drivers foot well. I ha
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