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You will have to drain and remove the master cylinder. Remove vacuum lines from booster. Than disconnect your brake pedal from the brake booster. This in done from inside the car. After you disconnect your brake pedal, there should be four nuts that hold the booster the the bulk head. Remove those and carefully remove booster from car from under the hood. Install in reverse order and bleed your brake system.

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