Question about Ford Thunderbird
Remove the rod going to the brake pedal,then remove the master cylinder,you may can unbolt the master,from the booster,and move it out of the way without removing the brake lines,they will give quit a bit.Now go back inside and remove the four nuts on the studs holding the brake booster in,they may be a little hard to reach,and of course remove the check valve with the hose on it,going to the booster under the hood,If this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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