Question about 1999 Subaru Legacy
You seem to need a Brake booster. You master cylinder is mounted to the brake booster. You will need to remove the master cylinder and then loosen the (4) bolts under, up above the brak pedal. nThere should be a rod coming from the booster that connected to the brake pedal. Remove the cotter pin or clip and remove rod from top of brake pedal. Then release the (4) bolts holding booster and you should be able to get it out. Replace in the opposite way. Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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