Question about 2001 Chrysler Concorde
Does it have one to begin with? If it does, it's as simple as replacing the part. Unbolt and replace. There is a rod behind it that must be in place when installing. If not, there should be instructions with the new one you buy! Remove Master cyul. Do not spill fluid anywhere as it eats paint... Have to get the proper rod length and install it behind the booster. Hook up a vacuum line from the manifold intake to the booster with a one way check valve pointing towards the booster. Rod can be adjusted by pedal feel, but there are specs which I do not have on me! Mount master cyl. back onto booster and that should be it! Make sure there is room for the hood to close.....
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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