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They added the foam shield, no issues. 39 73.58%
They damaged the brake system or another component but it is fixed now. 5 9.43%
They damaged the brake system or another component but it is NOT fixed yet. 7 13.21%
They didn't notify me they broke something, I had to diagnose the issue. 4 7.55%
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Old 10-17-2014, 09:12 PM
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

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I just finished repositioning the brake booster cover myself. The adhesive on the tabs was sacrificed (I went slow, but it didn't matter), so I went ahead and put down a nice bead of clear silicone caulk from the 9 o'clock to 3 o'clock position.

Thanks again for the heads-up, Raptor.

Oh, and I discovered a plastic tab they had broken, so I fixed that with a stray screw.
That little plastic tab looks like it always breaks.

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Old 10-29-2014, 07:52 PM
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

Had the brake booster, and sun visor wiring recalls done today. Dropped my GC off at 8 a.m., picked up a loaner, and they called me at 12:30 to say it was done, with my free oil change. Went over everything with a fine toothed comb, and all is well.
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

This recall is beyond frustrating. My 2011 with 70k miles has been in 3 times. The first to diagnose that I need a shield. The 2nd to put the shield on. The 3rd (yesterday) because I'm convinced the booster is slowly going bad. So it passes their leak down test (less than 40 millibar drop in 55 seconds -whatever that means) but from my experience the booster is not holding pressure. It started with a hard pedal at startup while parked overnight. Then it was a hard pedal at startup after several hours. Now I can run into a store and have a hard pedal after 30 minutes. I really don't want this to happen while going 70mph on the highway with my newborn in the car. The dealer says it's completely normal. I argue that it wasn't always like this. They argue that the vehicle is getting older and it could be something else. So what is the something else?? They couldn't find anything else wrong. So I have Chrysler involved and hopefully they do the right thing and just replace the booster. I agree it might be fine today but I feel as though it is compromised and will fail at some point.


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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

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This recall is beyond frustrating. My 2011 with 70k miles has been in 3 times. The first to diagnose that I need a shield. The 2nd to put the shield on. The 3rd (yesterday) because I'm convinced the booster is slowly going bad. So it passes their leak down test (less than 40 millibar drop in 55 seconds -whatever that means) but from my experience the booster is not holding pressure. It started with a hard pedal at startup while parked overnight. Then it was a hard pedal at startup after several hours. Now I can run into a store and have a hard pedal after 30 minutes. I really don't want this to happen while going 70mph on the highway with my newborn in the car. The dealer says it's completely normal. I argue that it wasn't always like this. They argue that the vehicle is getting older and it could be something else. So what is the something else?? They couldn't find anything else wrong. So I have Chrysler involved and hopefully they do the right thing and just replace the booster. I agree it might be fine today but I feel as though it is compromised and will fail at some point.


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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

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Had the brake booster, and sun visor wiring recalls done today. Dropped my GC off at 8 a.m., picked up a loaner, and they called me at 12:30 to say it was done, with my free oil change. Went over everything with a fine toothed comb, and all is well.

Jacko can you tell me what dealership you went to and if you have pictures or can describe how it looks compared to the pics I posted before of the job I had of it. Feel free to pm me if you prefer.


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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

Had it done at Gary Miller in Erie, PA. The tab comes over the front of the booster, but the crimped seam is covered. I can feel behind it, and I don't see how water will be able to find its way into the booster. I have to admit, the picture of yours looks terrible. I wouldn't be happy with that at all.
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

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Had it done at Gary Miller in Erie, PA. The tab comes over the front of the booster, but the crimped seam is covered. I can feel behind it, and I don't see how water will be able to find its way into the booster. I have to admit, the picture of yours looks terrible. I wouldn't be happy with that at all.

Thanks for writing back. I had mine done at the same place. I will bring it up to their service department and hopefully they get it right.


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Had it done at Gary Miller in Erie, PA. The tab comes over the front of the booster, but the crimped seam is covered. I can feel behind it, and I don't see how water will be able to find its way into the booster. I have to admit, the picture of yours looks terrible. I wouldn't be happy with that at all.
You do know that if the ends of the tabs are not flush with the front of the booster, the shield can't do its job effectively. Especially since it looks like you live in the rust belt. Take it back and have them READ the recall letter and do the proper install. Otherwise its still a gamble of when it will rust and then lose the vehicles vacuum boost.
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

Bob is right on that... the ends of the tabs should be flush with the front of the booster.
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Re: Safety Recall P14 / NHTSA 14V-154 Brake Booster Success Poll

I had mine done last week Part Number CBXNP143AA (Booster kit) In the notes the tech wrote "Failed"
Is the part for the shield?
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I had mine done last week Part Number CBXNP143AA (Booster kit) In the notes the tech wrote "Failed"
Is the part for the shield?
That "kit" part # is for the foam shield & 2 master cylinder mounting nuts, don't know if you got a new booster as well..... failed would indicate your old booster was bad. What else does the work order or invoice say?
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That "kit" part # is for the foam shield & 2 master cylinder mounting nuts, don't know if you got a new booster as well..... failed would indicate your old booster was bad. What else does the work order or invoice say?
It looks like they just did the kit but the brakes are much firmer...not sure how but they are.
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