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Old 12-30-2008, 01:48 PM
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Hello, It seems i'v miss placed my service manule and am trying to change the master cylinder its shot. Can anyone help me with what to do.
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Its accully realy easy. Just unbolt it and bolt in the new one. Before reconnecting the lines blead the master cylender the new one will have instructions. Then connect the lines and bleed all the brake lines untill clean air free fuild comes through.
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Thanks, it was really easy!
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Hello, It seems i'v miss placed my service manule and am trying to change the master cylinder its shot. Can anyone help me with what to do.
I would like to add some additional guide for this master cylinder replacement thread. This could serve some future reference for either members too.
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