a booster that exhibits corrosion will deliver brake function

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The investigation discovered certain vehicles have brake booster with small crimp joints; and these joints may exhibit corrosion when exposed to water. Should water enter the boosters through corroded joints - a previously unseen occurrence - brake function may be compromised if the water freezes. Absent water ingestion in sub-freezing conditions, a booster that exhibits corrosion will deliver brake function in compliance with federal safety standards.  However, customers may experience excessive brake-pedal firmness.

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