REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figure 1
- Disconnect the negative battery cable. Siphon the brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir.
- Unplug the fluid level sensor connector, if so equipped.
- Disconnect the brake lines from the master cylinder.
- Remove the nuts attaching the master cylinder to the booster and remove the master cylinder.
- Disconnect the vacuum hose and check valve from the power brake booster.
- From inside the passenger compartment, remove the cotter pin and clevis pin that secures the booster pushrod to the brake pedal.
- Lower or remove the steering column.
- From inside the vehicle, remove the nuts that attach the booster to the dash panel. Remove the brake booster from the engine compartment.
- Install the brake booster to the dash panel. From inside the vehicle, install the attaching nuts and tighten to 14-19 ft. lbs.(19-25 Nm).
- Install the steering column.
- Apply grease to the clevis pin and install with washers in place. Install new cotter pin and bend to secure in place.
- Install the vacuum hose to the booster fitting.
- Install the master cylinder assembly to the mounting studs on the brake booster. Install the master cylinder mounting nuts and tighten. Engage the electrical connector to the brake fluid level sensor.
- Connect the negative battery cable and add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir as required. Bleed the master cylinder. If after bleeding the master cylinder the brake pedal feels soft, bleed the brake system at all wheels.
- Check the brake system for proper operation.