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1994 Crown Victoria: need to add brake fluid to master cylinder...

Need to add brake fluid to master cylinder

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Why would you add fluid?
As the front pads wear,the fluid will go down, not an issue
If you keep opening the fluid resevoir,you will let moisture in.

Posted on May 05, 2010


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My brakes on my 96 crown victoria go all the way to the floor the brake fluid was empty and i filled it but it was empty again later that night what can it be?

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I think i need a master cylinder in my 1994 pontiac bnneville? How hard/easy it it to replace myself. I can purchase ne for around 50-60 dollars.

Yes it is not that hard to replace.

  1. Retainer and electrical connector from fluid level sensor.
  2. Drain brake fluid front mister cylinder reservoir.
  3. Reservoir hose from master cylinder. Plug hose to prevent fluid loss and contamination.
  4. Brake pipes from master cylinder. Plug open pipes to prevent fluid loss and contamination.
  5. Two attaching nuts.
  6. Master cylinder.
  7. Reservoir, if it is to he used on replacement master cylinder.
  1. Reservoir onto master cylinder, as needed.
  2. Master cylinder on to power booster.
  3. Attaching nuts. Tighten to 27 Nm (20 lb. ft.).
  4. Brake pipes. Tighten brake pipe fittings to 15 Nm (11 lb. ft.).
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  6. Fill master cylinder reservoir to full level mark using only Delco Supreme 11 Brake Fluid, or equivalent DOT 3 brake fluid.
  7. Electrical connector to fluid level sensor, secure with retainer.
  8. Bleed hydraulic system.
  9. Recheck fluid level in reservoir

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Need to add brake fluid which reservoir do i add it to

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My car stop on me while driving. it also has a oil leak. The alarm comes on by itself.

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