change the p/s pump. the pump helps the hydro booster with braking.
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simple a hydro boost system,will be plumbed to the power steering unit .... it receives turning force from hydraulic power.... a vacuum boost simply gets power from the intake manifold. most hydro type systems found on 4x4 and commercial grade vehicles turning force is wrong .....stopping is right word....other wise correct
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== == Power brakes and power steering have nothing to do with each other.
The type of brake system with vacum assist will have a large diameter hose from somewhere on the intake manifold to the brake booster. The type of brake system with hydro-boost will have hoses from the power steering pump to the brake booster.
I suggest you look on Cadillac's website for an authorized dealer.
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Yes, the hydroboost gets its power from the power steering pump.
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You cannot replace a Jdlt120 with a hydro drive out of a JD lx288 because they are not compatible.
hydro boost uses pressure created by the power steering pump to make pressing the brakes easier. they are used for a few reasons. the first is the lack of vacuum from the engine. like in a diesel. or a heavy duty gas application where the motor is under heavy load most of the time. the second reason is space.. IE there isn't enough room for a big vacuum can to assist the brakes