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Old 10-13-2016, 11:39 AM   #1
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I had an InvisiBrake installed on my Ford 150, worked fine for about a year,but this trip the red light in the MH will not go on, in checking it in the truck the brake pedal is not being pulled down. Called Roadmaster they told me to check the cable on the brake pedal, it may have a kink in it, then they told me to pull the 1/4" vacuum line and push on the brake in the MH, I did and the red light came on, which they said was a problem with the vacuum line, it may be pinched or compressed, making it unable to function. Very nervous about pulling 6,000 lb truck with no braking. Anyone having a similar problem, or can someone offer a suggestion
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Sorry I can't help with your problem! Keep her between the ditches!

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I had an InvisiBrake installed on my Ford 150, worked fine for about a year,but this trip the red light in the MH will not go on, in checking it in the truck the brake pedal is not being pulled down. Called Roadmaster they told me to check the cable on the brake pedal, it may have a kink in it, then they told me to pull the 1/4" vacuum line and push on the brake in the MH, I did and the red light came on, which they said was a problem with the vacuum line, it may be pinched or compressed, making it unable to function. Very nervous about pulling 6,000 lb truck with no braking. Anyone having a similar problem, or can someone offer a suggestion

I don't know if you can find anything that will help you here but it may help down the road. I have the Invisibrake system on my 98 Honda Accord and had problems went with the Air Force One on our Ford Edge.
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When you step on the motorhome brake, can someone hear the pump running on the Invisibrake? If the pump isn't running, the cable won't get pulled.

You did the simple thing first and that would be to check the Invisibrake fuse?
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