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Master cylinder I need to replace slave and master cylinder on 1990 Honda Accord. I'm pretty savy mechanically but would like to make sure I get it done right the first time. Any advice?

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It's basically replacing the parts, unbolting and removing each part. You just want to make sure you have all the air out of the system.

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They are found right in front of you as you drive the car, except they are under the hood and about chest high.
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