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Old 11-08-2012, 02:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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McProy, the hardware for the top changed in 1995, so you have to make sure that you only order a top that is good for 1995-1998. For years 1994 and earlier, the top will not fit your car, and you will need to change the front bow on the car, as well. 1994 and earlier do not have zip out side windows. Anyway, aside from places like Bestop, etc., you can often find them for sale on ebay, as well.
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Old 11-10-2012, 09:11 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I just bought a 92 tracker and the brakes on mine r doing the same thing urs are. Did you figure out a fix yet or diagnose the problem at least. I'm gonna try a fluid flush first maybe ill get lucky. Please post up if u find a cure.
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1992Tracker, you should really start your own post regarding your own particular symptoms - brake pedal goes to the floor? Do you have braking? Normally, the brake pedal being soft/going to the floor is an indication of a hydraulic fluid leak in the brake system, or air. Is the master cylinder brake fluid level good? Do you have to add brake fluid? Probably the first step would be to check the brake lines for leaks, make sure fluid is good and topped up, or bleed the system to remove any air in it, then refill and see if the brake problem continues.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:40 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I just bought a 92 tracker and the brakes on mine r doing the same thing urs are. Did you figure out a fix yet or diagnose the problem at least. I'm gonna try a fluid flush first maybe ill get lucky. Please post up if u find a cure.
Can't say if this is your problem (cuz I haven't heard your symptoms) but I know I have found bleeder valves that were seeping because they were NOT tightened by the last person to bleed the brakes.

The only symptom was a loss of fluid with no known leaks, well until you look at the bleeder valves and see the wetness.
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Old 11-11-2012, 09:26 AM   #25 (permalink)
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My symptoms were the same as urs when the brake pedal is first applied they go almost to the floor before working but if I pump the pedal once or twice I have a very firm pedal and the brakes work pewrfectly
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You need to advise what diagnostic tests you have done - checked for leaks, level of brake fluid, bleeding, etc. We cannot see the car from here!!
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This isn't my thread so I wasn't asking for anyones help or opinions other than the op, on what he did to fix his brake issue. Because he said his brakes went to the floor unless he pumped the pedal. So for u to get on n be a douche to me because I have 2 posts is ridiculous. I can see already this forum isn't much different then any other a select few get off on a power trip hiding behind their keyboard. This is just a beater for me my other vehicle is a 2003 cummins n I've done more wrenching then most my age id say so anyway just forget I was ever here because I certainly won't be back. Ill figure my problem out on my own. Sorry for the derale to the op.
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Old 11-12-2012, 04:59 AM   #28 (permalink)
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A bit testy. AFAIK, this thread was not necessarily about brakes. In any event, if you want help, post on the forum. I'm done.
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