REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
- Depressurize the brake system.
- Using a syringe or similar tool, remove as much brake fluid as possible from the reservoir.
- Disconnect the high pressure hose banjo fitting and remove the hydraulic bladder accumulator from the hydraulic assembly.
- Remove the 3 retaining pins holding the reservoir to the hydraulic assembly.
- Use a blunt prying tool carefully installed between the reservoir and hydraulic assembly body to lift the reservoir. Use a rocking motion to gently lift the reservoir free of the grommets.
Be extremely careful to avoid damaging or puncturing the reservoir.
- Remove the fluid level sensor switch from the reservoir.
- Use fingers only to remove the grommets from the hydraulic assembly. Discard the grommets.
- Lubricate new grommets with clean brake fluid and install them onto the hydraulic assembly. Always use new grommets.
- Install the fluid level switch into the reservoir. Position the reservoir on the grommets and press it into place using hand pressure only. A rocking motion is helpful; make certain the reservoir is fully seated in all 3 grommets.
Do not attempt to pound the reservoir into place with a hammer or other tools. Damage will result.
- Install the 3 locking pins to hold the reservoir in place.
- Reinstall the high pressure hose banjo fitting onto the hydraulic assembly, then tighten the fitting to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm).
- Install the hydraulic bladder accumulator onto the hydraulic assembly, then tighten the fitting to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm).
- Fill the reservoir to the top of the strainer screen with fresh clean fluid.
- Bleed the entire brake system including the booster.