REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. Use a line wrench to remove the brake line from the master cylinder
Fig. View of the brake line removed from the master cylinder
Fig. You may need a ratchet and an extension to reach the master cylinder mounting nuts
Fig. Removing the master cylinder from the brake booster
The Honda anti-lock brake system contains brake fluid under extremely high pressure within the pump, accumulator and modulator assembly. Do not disconnect or loosen any lines, hoses, fittings or components without properly relieving the system pressure. Use only a bleeder T-wrench 07HAA-SG00100, or equivalent, to relieve pressure. Improper procedures or failure to discharge the system pressure may result in severe personal injury and/or property damage.
Honda vehicles have a tandem master cylinder that is used to improve the safety of the vehicle. The master cylinder has one reservoir tank with two feed holes at the bottom of the tank to feed both the primary and secondary circuit.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the master cylinder.
Remove the master cylinder reservoir cap.
Remove the brake fluid from the master cylinder using a siphon or clean turkey baster.