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Never let your brakes fail because of an ill-maintained master cylinder. See, if ever you meet an accident down the road you'll be the laughing stock for villains who love disconnecting brakes to show the world they are villains. Anyway, repairing the master cylinder is easier and less expensive if you have your own master cylinder repair kit. Asking your local mechanic to do it for you is costly, especially if you know that repairing it isn't really hard. Usual master cylinder assemblies consist of the tee fitting, short connecting hose, check valve and hose, clamp tool, intake manifold, and the vacuum gauge. To diagnose problems in the master cylinder, just start the engine and check the assembly. In case the problem exists inside the master cylinder itself, better replace the whole assembly. Using the master cylinder repair kit will of course require you to bleed the cylinder first. After that you can remove the brake lines at the master cylinder and the fluid level electrical connector from the reservoir. Remove mounting nuts and then the cylinder itself. Start replacing the pieces and install the new assembly by reversing this process. If you don't want wasting your time and again being the laughing stock for wasting cash, get your new master cylinder repair kit here at Auto Parts Warehouse now!
Date Published: July 30,2014
DIY Replacement Guide: Master Cylinder Repair Kit
Brakes are like wives: they slow you down, but you'd probably be dead without them. Among the many vital braking system components, you have the brake master cylinder. This auto part sends pressure from the brakes and into the car's hydraulic brake system. Unfortunately, this component can wear out and start leaking brake fluid, which could leave your braking system terribly impaired. In order to keep your ride safe and speed-reduction ready, replace your master cylinder immediately. You can actually do this task yourself with the help of your master cylinder repair kit. Just follow these quick steps, and you'll be ready to hit the road in no time.
Difficulty Level: Easy
What you'll need:
- Protective gloves
- Line wrench
- Socket wrench
- Drain pan
- Suction device
- Brake fluid
- Master cylinder repair kit
Step 1: This project can get pretty messy so wear some protective glove to keep your hands both clean and unharmed.
Step 2: Find your brake fluid reservoir and remove any fluid with a suction device. Place the brake fluid in a drain pan, and set it aside.
Step 3: Remove the electronic fluid level sensor, which is located below the fluid reservoir. Just release the safety clip and pull out the sensor.
Step 4: Remove all brake fluid lines from the master cylinder using a line wrench. Be warned that some fluid may leak out when you remove the lines.
Step 5: Loosen the master cylinder mounting bolts using a socket wrench. Remove the master cylinder form the vehicle once the bolts are completely off.
Step 6: Install the new master cylinder. Bolt it in tightly.
Step 7: Reconnect the electronic fluid level sensor and the brake fluid lines.
Step 8: Refill the brake fluid reservoir and bleed the brakes. Do this until all the air is out of the brake line.