Brake Master Cylinder Replacement
Do not spill brake fluid on the vehicle; it may damage the paint; if brake fluid gets on the paint, wash it off immediately with water.
NOTE: The illustrations show LHD type, RHD type is similar.
|3.||Remove the reservoir cap and brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir with a syringe.|
|4.||Disconnect the brake fluid level switch connector (A).|
|5.||Remove the reservoir tank mounting bolt (B).|
|6.||Disconnect the brake lines (A) from the master cylinder (B). To prevent spills, cover the hose joints with rags or shop towels.|
|7.||Remove the master cylinder mounting nuts (C) and washers (D).|
|8.||Remove the master cylinder from the brake booster (E). Be careful not to bend or damage the brake lines when removing the master cylinder.|
|9.||Remove the rod seal (F) from the master cylinder.|
NOTE: During installation, set a new rod seal onto the master cylinder with its grooved side (G) toward the master cylinder.
|12.||Spin the wheels to check for brake drag.|