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What is the correct positions of seals inside the brake master cylinder

1800 nissan 1 tonner

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SOURCE: Brake and Clutch System

If there's only one reservoir, then yes, they share the fluid and reservoir (my Audi is the same way).

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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SOURCE: brakes are soft

must still have air in system or a bad new master cly.make sure you bleed all 4 wheels.could take awhile if you did not bench bleed the master cly first.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 Nissan Maxima brake problem.

Im going to say, that if all the brakes lock up, it more than likely your ABS system malfunctioning. You can test this by unhooking the electrical plug to the box. Im not sure where it would be located on a Nissan, but typically for chevy's its under the car mid way drivers side. As far as cost for a mechanic, it would depend on how long it takes them to find a problem in the system. Typically your talkin $60 and hour or more.

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SOURCE: problem with brakes on nissan primera 00 2liter diesel

bleed master cylinder first and then furthest wheel away from master cylinder

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

SOURCE: brakes dont work, changed master cylinder,

check for air in the lines ..bleed the air out in this tire order LR, RF, RR, LF, i hope u bleed the master cylinder ..che if the bacuum to the booster is good

Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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Why does my brake light indicator stay lit on my 1992 nissan stanza when parking brake is not engaged?


  • The majority of the time this is also an indicator that your brake fluid is below a safe level. Adding some brake fluid to the master cylinder and pumping the brakes a few times should remedy this.
  • If this does not remedy this then you have a leak in the brake system somewhere or your master cylinder could be malfunctioning. Make sure the lid on the master cylinder is on tight and sealed well too.
  • The master cylinder is where you fill the brake fluid. Do not over fill it.
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May 22, 2011 | 1992 Nissan Stanza

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bleed master cylinder first and then furthest wheel away from master cylinder

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Abs kicks in at low speed and brakes wont work


CHECK BRAKE FLUID LEVEL MAKE SURE MASTER CYLINDER IT HAS CORRECT AMOUNT OF BRAKE FLUID IN IT.IF YES MASTER CYLINDER IS FAULTY OR AIR IN BRAKE SYSTEM.IF YOU CHECK BRAKE FLUID IN MASTER CYLINDER AND ITS LOW .CHECK FOR LEAKS AT BRAKE CALIPERS SEALS AND BRAKE HOSES. CHECK ALL WHEEL CYLINDER SEALS AND BRAKE HOSES AND ALL BRAKE LINES.

Mar 10, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Master seal leak.


It's not usually called this, perhaps it was a "main seal leak"? Suffice it to say that it is not possible to replace this seal without removing the engine or the transmission as it resides behind the flywheel. Or perhaps they said "master cylinder leak", in which case it is a matter of replacing the brake master cylinder with a rebuilt unit or at the very least, the seals on top of the master cylinder that mate with the brake reservoir.

Dec 20, 2009 | 2000 Nissan Xterra

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Experienceing loss of power to brakes


1. What is the Brake Fluid Level?
2. Are you losing any Brake fluid at all? Are there any puddles or noticeable wetness on the ground or on the tires/wheels? With vehicle parked, the reservoir filled (overfilled), and engine running: pump the brakes and check on the ground and back sides (inside portions) of the wheels. Look for any brake fluid leaks.
3. Leaks from Calipers usually means a leak from the caliper piston. The rubber seals will be wet.
Leaks from Drums usually means a leak from the wheel cylinder.
4. In any case of leaks from the wheels - replace the calliper OR wheel cylinder.
For caliper leaks: change the brake pads, and clean the rotors with brake cleaner.
For drum leaks: clean the drum and brake hardware with brake cleaner, and replace the shoes.
5. If no leak is detected from the wheel area's: check under the Master Cylinder for wetness indicating a possible leak.
6. If no leak can be found: you MAY have a rear seal leak in the Master Cylinder which is pumping Brake Fluid into the Brake Booster (that large disk looking thing attached to the fire wall, attached to the Master Cylinder in front).
a. Use a large drip/catch pan under the Van in the area on the Master Cylinder.
b. Disconnect the brake lines from the Master Cylinder using a flair wrench.
c. Remove the two nuts (12 or 13mm?) attaching the Master Cylinder to the Brake Booster. If you have been using a lot of fluid, and have found no leaks, here is a good possibilty that all that brake fluid has collected in the Booster; so when you detach the Master Cylinder from the Brake Booster, all that fluid will come rushing out!
7. If there is Brake Fluid inside the Brake Booster: there is no cleaning that out. Brake Fluid is very caustic to the seals inside the Booster and should be replaced.
8. Of course the Master Cylinder will also have to be replaced.
9. After replacing the Master Cylinder/Brake Booster - make sure you get all that spilled brake fluid off the engine compartment area parts! I use a brake cleaner, then mild soap and then water to rinse. Clean any Brake Fluid off Paint imediatley as it will quickly dissolves finishes and paint.
10. If no leak is detected and the Booster is clear, there may be problems with the Booster One-Way Valve. This is attached to the outside of the Booster and has a hose from an "advance" connected to it. This maybe malfunctioning where you are losing power. Replace this first before deciding to replace the whole booster (in cases of NON-LEAKS ONLY). If that did not work, there may be inner seals inside the Booster that have failed. That means a new Booster.
11. In any of the above cases: Make sure you bleed the Master Cylinder correctly and bleed the brakes (at each affected wheel) correctly. Any air in the brake lines will decrease your braking proficiency or could result in brake failure.

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Dec 10, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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Brake problem


alot of new cars cannot be bleed correctly without a scanner to open the valve in the ABS motor. You may have to have a shop perform this job

Nov 05, 2009 | 2001 Nissan Sentra

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I have no brakes at all it is leaking from the master cylinder at the hydraulic pump is there a seal i can replace to solve the problem


You should be able to buy a master cylinder seal kit from auto parts shop. For some cars, it isn't much more expensive to buy the complete master cylinder. If the cylinder is pitted on the inside, which can cause seals to blow out, buying the whole thing is a good idea.

Aug 04, 2009 | 2006 Nissan Pathfinder

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I have a 1989 gti, the front brakes were locking up after I drove it for a few minutes, so I went ahead and replaced, pads, rotors, calipers, caliper pins, master cylinder, and brake lines, however the...


I had this same problem on my 90 Jetta but it was the master cylinder that was the problem, I first replaced the master cylinder because it was leaking badly. The new master cylinder I put on was a manufactured defect, the internal piston inside the master cylinder was not machined enough (10mills too long) so when you applied the brakes the piston would not move far enough to release the brakes but after 20 mins they would slowly release themselfs just as you said your brakes do. The only thing that can cause this problem (if you have changed everything) is the master cylinder or the brake pedal itself, did you do anything to the brake pedal or near it to change its movemment ? Make sure the brake pedal once depressed returns fully to the float position where it should be. I would try another master cylinder preferrable a used one from another vdub the same as yours, eg year,model and country of origin some parts are different if it was made in Mexico or Germany. Its going to be a pain in the *** to have to replace the master again but I see no alternative. There is one more thing you can check I just thought of....check all your brake lines from the master to the calipers for any signs of dents or sharpe curves if the metal brake line is bent too much it will restrict the flow of the fluid returning to the master cylinder after brake pedal release but not during braking. Good luck

Jul 31, 2009 | 1989 Volkswagen GTI

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1991 nissan stanza brakes


Your master cylinder rear seal is most likely shot. Check to see where the fluid is actually leaking from. If it is coming from the rear of the master cylinder, flush against the brake booster, replace the master cylinder.

Sep 05, 2008 | 1990 Nissan Stanza

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