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Hi! How do I change the master brake pump on my

Hi! How do I change the master brake pump on my 2000 A6 Allroad. Do I need to remove the brake reservoir before unbolting it from the vacuum unit? The space seems limited. Seems like there are som torks pin screws the nuts are attatched to. Thanks for any help on this. Best Regards Geir

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These really are pretty simple. Be sure to drain fluid out of reservior, remove resorvior by pushing down on both locking clips. Unpug the lines and remove theMaster when its unbolted.
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