Question about 1995 Buick Riviera
Undo the the vacuum hoses and make sure you make a diagram of where each hose goes. move them out of the way.
undo the four bolts that attach the master cyclinder to the booster. use a wire coat hanger or just wire to support it. you don't want to bend or break the brake lines.
undo the four bolts that hold the booster to the firewall. carefully pull it away from the firewall. you will see a small are there with a clip. remove the clip and unhook the arm.
reverse those instructions to put it back together
However BEFORE you do that. Make sure that none of the vaccuum hoses are leaking.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "appreciate your feedback soo much.i was afraid that i have to go under the dash on the inside of the car but your instructions are pretty simple.thk u"
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