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How to connect ford bantam brake master cylinder 1983 1.3 kent to 1972 Ford MK2 brake pedal

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Ford Bantam 1.3 Clutch pedal goes to floor. Master cylinder pot full....

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I have a 1972 Ford F-600 with remote mounted hydravac booster. It has good pedal and stops well, but, when you push the brake pedal fluid comes out the vent in master cylinder cap. Any help?

Hi Anonymous:
I've 2 ideas:
1) Is it possible that the master cylinder reservoir has been overfilled?
2) Follow through this with me. As soon as I'm wrong, it's not relevant. Older vehicle....Possibly double acting master cylinder which means there could be 2 separate lines coming out of the master cylinder. One of the seals in the master cylinder may have failed, thus squirting brake fluid inside the master cylinder instead of pressurizing that part of the brake system. The brakes will work, but only for the wheels served by the functioning part.
A test for this could be to put a pressure guage on the outlets. The field test would be to drive at about 10 MPH in a safe area, and STAND on the brake pedal. If only two of the brakes lock up, you. will need to replace the master cylinder.

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How stop rear brakes binding ford bantam

If the disc brakes are binding this usually means one or both calipers are not releasing fully. This is usually a fault in the caliper, but can also be caused by such things as bad break hose, faulty master cylinder, or brake pedal not returning fully due to linkage issues. Jack up rear of car and put it on stands, try to turn each rear wheel to see which is binding. Both? check brake hose for interior rubber breakdown or master for failure to fully release.

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Brake bleeding seqeunce for a 2005 mecury sable

Farthest wheel from the master cylinder, working sequentially towards the nearest wheel from the master cylinder.

Engine should not be running. Top off master cylinder, close wheel bleeder, have assistant pump brakes & hold the pedal down, open wheel bleeder, close bleeder, have assistant pump & hold brakes again. Top off master cylinder before moving to next wheel. There's no need to bleed out any huge amount of brake fluid, just enough to verify that no more air bubbles are coming out in the stream. Air should be the first thing to come out of a bleeder (it's at the top), but if one of your brake lines has been replaced, that line will be full of air. It should take two to three pump-hold-bleed cycles to bleed any brake line out, four if the replaced brake line connected to the master cylinder.

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Ford Bantam rocam Clutch: How do I bleed the clutch?

Clutch bleeding on hydraulic slave cylinders are done in the exact same method as regular hydraulic brakes. If the slave cylinder has a separate reservoir, make sure it is above "MINIMUM" at all times. If it does not have a separate reservoir, then it works together with the master cylinder for the brakes, make sure that one is above minimum too. Pump the clutch pedal a couple of times (note you will rarely feel any resistance in the pedal), hold the pedal down, and have someone open the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder. Close it when no more fluid comes out with pressure, then rinse and repeat until the clutch pedal feels ok.

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When i push down on the brake pedal air leaks out around the rod and the pedal goes to the floor.

Check the vacuum line on the power brake booster, the diaphram may be pushing the air down the rod, the break booster may be defective all together if the vacuum line is intact.

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I need good photos or instructions to change the brake light switch on a 1999 ford expedition

f43af9d.gif Fig. 2 Brake pedal position switch removal- F-150, F-250, Expedition and Navigator; 1999-00 F-250SD, F-350, and F-Super Duty Models
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Disconnect the brake pedal position switch.
  3. Remove the self-locking pin.
  4. Remove the brake pedal position switch from the brake master cylinder push rod.
  5. Remove the brake master cylinder push rod spacer.
  6. Remove the brake master cylinder push rod bushing.
  7. The installation is the reverse of the removal.

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My 83 f250 makes a air leak sound under the dash when the brake pedal is compressed and even when not. is it a bad master cylinder?

Sounds like the brake booster has a hole in the diaphragm .. You should be able to pick up a used one fairly cheap and they are easy to change out. You don't need to undo any brake lines just remove the master cylinder and prop it out of the way.

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I am replacing the front disc brakes on a 1999 escort

i shall help u by telling the procedure. first remove the brake cable from the caliper. now check for the dusts if any and re insert into the disc caliper now bleed the brake master cylinder. strongly kick the brake.keep it in pressed condition and pour in the brake oil. now release the brake pedal and push it for two times and then the oil will be evenly distributed into your master cylinder. To be noted that connection goes directly from brakes master cylinder to the brake pedal. from the brake master cylinder the connection goes to the two wheels(front).check for any oil leakage.

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