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Hi all,

This happened twice in two days, after starting the car the first time in the day (ambient +-34C).

Video: https://www.reddit.com/r/rangeroversport/comments/s3owkq
It doesn't happen after driving around and then starting the car again.

I went past my mech yesterday, and he tightened the bolts on the brake booster. They were not loose, but there was some give in them.

Funnily enough, I saw the replies to my question on another two forums, and got similar feedback. Someone posted this TSB, which affects the booster, it may be helpful to others: https://www.rrsport.co.uk/gallery/albums/userpics/23569/SB-10106336-9340.pdf

"Reference: SSM72903
Models: Range Rover/ L405 Range Rover Sport/ L494
Title: Air Leak Noise When Brake Pedal Is Pressed
Category: Chassis
Last modified: 29-Jul-2016 00:00:00
Symptom: 301000 Service Brake System
Attachments: D7u Booster Fixings Secure Sequence.pdf (D7u Booster Fixings Secure Sequence.pdf)

Content
Issue:
Air-leak noise when brake pedal is pressed.

Cause:
Low or high clamp load on brake servo fixings.

Action:
If an air-leak noise is exhibited during brake pedal depression, then slacken the 4 fixings off and re-torque to 24Nm. Ensure when torquing you follow the pattern detailed in the
attachment.

Re-apply the torque (following the attached pattern) a second time 30 minutes later to ensure the fixings have not relaxed.

If the noise is still present then please progress with replacement of the component."

 

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Ok, so the noise was present again today, so it looks like the brake booster needs to be replaced.

Although I've seen posts from others where they have had the noise for years with no ill effects, so...
 
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