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How do you take a brake booster out of a 1997 chevy truck

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You have to unhook the master cylinder from it and then unhook it from your brake peddle and remove the 4 nuts on the inside of the truck. it's tricky because there isn't much room to work with. be carefull not to brake or bend your brake lines.

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