Question about 2007 Honda CR-V
Check to see if the rubber bushing is on the master cylinder pushrod where it bolts up to the booster..if its missing and or doubles , it may cause u to lock ur brakes up..i had this problem where the tech didnt put one and or didnt remove one while installing the new master cylinders...there should only be one. most factory and aftermarket mast cyl come with one however techs sometimes for get to check the booster for the old one some assume its still there cuz they always almost get stuck in there..so they install the new master cyl.without one or with one and either they have none..or both...it only needs one...
Posted on May 12, 2009
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