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Seals perished on hydrolic magura race line brakes ?

Is it possible to replace and if so where can i get them?

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Got that one in one , i use a website in northern ireland called Chainreactioncycles and they carry Magura brakes complete and parts, i know its an online shop but i buy everything from them and the bargains are fantastic and shipping minimal

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I have no brakes


When you say that the first master cylinder had no pedal, did that just suddenly happen?

A master cylinder has rubber seals inside - think of a bicycle pump - when the bicycle pump seal wears it becomes difficult to pressurise it. The same is true of a master cylinder.
A classic sign of a master cylinder with worn or perished seals is that it needs pumping a few times to pressurise but there is no leakage of brake fluid.

Prior to you changing the master cylinder had the level of the brake fluid dropped .. indicating a leak somewhere? Had you done any work on the brake pads/rotors?

Eliminate other causes of air getting into the braking system:

First thing to do is check the flexible brake hoses on each wheel. Get a friend to pump - and hold - the brake pedal while you inspect the flexible hoses. Check for leaks (obviously) but also look to see if each flexible hose 'bulges' anywhere along its length.

25932867-jil1jjwvkur0lkeilf3pe4be-4-0.jpeg Also check each flexible hose to see if it is perished or wet with fluid. 25932867-jil1jjwvkur0lkeilf3pe4be-4-1.jpeg A perished flexible hose can draw in air and cause no pedal/spongy pedal. The same is true with a flexible hose that bulges/balloons when under pressure.

It only takes a slight 'weeping' from a flexi hose or rigid pipe connection to allow air into the system. Check the rigid brake pipes too - especially where there is a connector/join.

Then remove the road wheels and look for the slightest fluid leak around caliper pistons.

The problem, I think, comes back to the original fault .. no pedal when your car had sat overnight. This is rather indicative of air getting into the system somewhere though not necessarily from the master cylinder.

Check for the slightest leak in the entire braking system. It only takes a small amount of air to get in and cause problems. The fact that you fitted a second master cylinder makes me think the problem could lie elsewhere.

Try bleeding the braking system. It's a 2 man job, but quite easy.
Here's a link that explains how to do it:
How to Bleed Your Brakes

Good luck!

Oct 30, 2015 | 1988 Plymouth Reliant

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How do i change front wheel bearings


Instructions
    • 1

      Jack up the car. Use jack stands if possible, or blocks if not.

    • 2

      Remove tires on the front. Remove brakes.

      • 3

        Take out the grease cap (the center).

      • 4

        Pull out Cotter Pin. Take nut out.

      • 5

        Pull Rotor out. Take grease seal off of the back of the rotor. Pull out inner and outer bearings.

      • 6

        Using hammer and punch, knock out racings from the back of the center of the rotor (very important to use new races, don't use the old ones). Clean out the center of the rotor with a clean rag.

      • 7

        Using the new bearings, replace the old ones, tapping them into place. It doesn't matter which one you install first.

      • 8

        Pack with grease when they are in place. Install new seal after the bearings are packed with grease.

      • 9

        Re-install the rotors into car; put brakes back on; replace tires; You're ready to go!

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    Aug 02, 2012 | 1998 Isuzu Trooper

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    I need to know the name of brake parts for a 1988 Ford Ranger. It's for the front brakes. Does anyone have a manual?


    rotors,pads,calipers,brake hoses,brake lines,front brake hardware,wheel bearings and the races,grease seals i hope this helps you. richard

    Apr 11, 2010 | 1988 Ford Ranger

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    2004 passat 4motion wagon is it a clutch cable or hydrolic? we do not have the owner manual The car starts but you can not put it into gear. It feels like the hydrolics are gone. I can not find where the...


    It is hydraulic and uses the brake fluid.Follow the line to the gearbox from brake fluid bottle to just under oil filter and there is a small cylinder that can break its seals and stop the clutch working and its easy to replace

    Dec 26, 2009 | 2004 Volkswagen Passat

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    Brakes are squshy


    Have you had any work done on the brakes recently? 1st make sure the fluid level is ok. This can be either air in the lines (that's why I asked if any work was done on the brakes recently), or your master cylinder may need to be replaced. So, make sure there is no air in the system before spending $ on a master cylinder.

    Nov 22, 2009 | 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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    How do you bleed a Magura Marta hydrolic disc brakes


    There is a basic walkthrough for most hydraulic brakes here. http://www.parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=126. Keep in mind that each manufacturers brake system has specific techniques and tools. Search the website for the brake model and manufacturer that you have.

    Jun 05, 2009 | Cycling

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    Brake hydrolic pressure loss.


    you still have air in the system,you need to cross bleed the system,RR,LF,LR,RF.if this does not work you might try picking up a hand operated vacum pump to help get all the air out.

    Apr 29, 2009 | Toyota Land Cruiser Cars & Trucks

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    Replacing brakes and resurfacing rotors


    Front rotors on a 2 wheel drive means you have to take out bearings and all, it is recomended that you replace the bearings and races because they will have to be removed to turn the rotors might add 30 bucks to the total , you should check around because some rotors are cheap enough to replace instead of turning them. You can re-use the bearings as long as you are careful not to damage the races
    Remove the brakes, caliper and caliper braket, remove center dust cap, remove cotterkey and spindel nut, pull rotor off you might need to give it a whack with a deadblow hammer to get it off of the seal in the back, front bearing should fall out in your hand ,with the rotor off gently pry the rear grease seal out (have a new one on hand they damage easy) remove rear bearing. Clean all the grease out of the rotor center so you can see what you are doing, once cleaned with the front of the rotor on the table you should see some notches at the bottom race,this is where you will place your punch to remove the race, flip the rotor over and do the same to remove the other race. Borrow or rent the proper tool to put the races back in, they have to go in straight and you will probably damage the races putting them back in with a punch. When you put it all back together remember to re grease everything. Do not over tighten the spindle nut when putting the rotor back on,tighten it enough to take out any play then tighten it just enough to line up the holes for the cotterkey. Then take it to a mechanic and get the bearing runout checked and set.then put your brakes back on

    Mar 23, 2009 | 1991 Ford F250

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    Brakes


    Flexible brake lines are probably balooning out causing pressure not to build up, replace flexible to the calipers.

    Jul 26, 2008 | 1989 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

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