Remanufactured Master Cylinder (Brake System) M52263 - Read 1 Reviews on Remanufactured #M52263

Remanufactured Master Cylinder (Brake System)

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Part Number: M52263
Alternate Part Number: 11-2263
Features & Benefits

Our remanufactured master cylinders are precisely engineered to restore braking performance. Our units match the fluid capacity of your vehicle’s braking system to deliver the proper amount of brake fluid to all four corners of your vehicle. We include a high quality bleeder kit to properly bleed the braking system to complete the job.

  • 100% tested to O.E.M. specification
  • Quality bleeder kit included
  • Rustproof coating to prevent corrosion
  • OE grade seals & o-rings (SAE J-1603 specifications)
  • Need help? get free tech support @ 800 to 228 - 9672.
Product Details
Part Number: M52263
Weight: 2.10lbs
Notes: Enter your vehicle information above to see product notes.
Installation Hardware Included: Yes
Item Grade: OEM Standard
Master Cylinder Bore Diameter (in): 0.937
Master Cylinder Color / Finish: Metallic
Master Cylinder Material: Aluminum
Master Cylinder Port Sizes: Primary M10x1.0 M10x1.0 , Secondary M10x1.0
Master Cylinder Reservoir Included: No
Package Contents: Brake Master Cylinder, Bleeder Kit
Product Condition: Remanufactured
Shipping Information: Overnight and Two Day shipping are not available for PO Box, APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
This product may be shipped directly by the vendor to any eligible US addresses, excluding APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
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    This is the correct replacement master cylinder for a base Nissan D21 truck, though the picture on is incorrect. This master cylinder has three threaded brake line inputs as it should, but it also has a small non-threaded opening between the first two openings. I have never had a replacement master cylinder for my truck have this opening. The master cylinder comes from Cardone company. I called them them three times but never received an answer as to why the opening exists. I was told I could either leave the small rubber plug that came in the opening in it or not. I can verify that it is not used and no fluid comes out of it after the master cylinder is installed. I opted to put the plug back in the hole to keep dirt out after verifying no fuild comes out of it though I wold really like to understand why the hole is there when no previous master cylinder for my truck has ever had the hole.

    This unit does not come with a reservoir so you have to move the one from your existing master cylinder over. The problem is, the rubber grommet seals in this unit will NOT allow the reservoir to seat as it should when moved over. I tried for about 30 minutes to do this without success. I finally had to use the grommet seals from my old unit and then the reservoir seated without issue.

    Though the master cylinder works, I would recommend staying away from Cardone products. I have 424k miles on my trunk, and as such, have had to replace my master cylinder 4 or 5 times. I have NEVER had such issues with any past replacement. I would have returned this unit if it wasn't a warranty replacement that AutoZone owed me.

    Pros: Warranty Replacement

    Cons: What a pain

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