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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to Remove the brake lines going to the cylinder, then remove the 2 nuts holding it to the brake booster.
Make sure u bench bleed the new master before you install, the new one should come with a bench bleed kit, u must attach the 2 hoses to both ports on the master cylinder where the brake lines connect to, then run the 2 hoses into the top of the reservor and fill it with fluid, use a screw driver and pump the master cylinder until you can see no air bubbles running through the hoses
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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