Question about 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX
Pull the vacuum hose off the booster. Disconnect the brake lines from the master cylinder. Remove the master cylinder. Remove the windshield wiper motor if it's in the way. Inside the car, disconnect the stoplight switch connector. Slide the stop lamp switch off the brake pedal just far enough for the outer arm to clear the pin. If you have cruise control, remove the speed amplifier. Remove the booster attaching bolts/nuts. Slide the booster pushrod, bushing and the nylon washer off the brake pedal pin. In the engine compartment, pull the booster forward and rotate it until it is free. Good luck!
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