Question about 1983 Chevrolet Silverado
If you are indeed sure that you need the bootster, (you should hear a pronounced hissing sound from within the truck while depressing the pedal) it is a simple procedure. Remove the circlip or pintle type clip retaining the shaft to the pedal. Grab a flashlight and locat the four mounting nuts for the booster from inside the vehicle while lying on your back. Loosen theses slightly. Remove the master cylinder from the booster without removing any brake lines from the master cylinder. Leave the master hanging carefully in front of the booster. pull it gently towards the front of the master and away from the mounting bolts. Go back inside under the dash and finish removing the booster mounting nuts. Take note if there are any washers anfd don't allow them to fall beneath the floor carpet. Insallation is the reverse of removal. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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