Remove boot (1) and then circlip (2) with piston rod assembly (3) pushed in.
Blow compressed air gradually into hole for pipe connection to remove piston assembly (1), using care to prevent it from jumping out.
- Apply brake fluid to piston assembly and inside of cylinder body.
- Install piston assembly into cylinder.
- With piston and push rod assembly pushed down, install circlip.
- Install boot.
Removal & Installation
- Clean around reservoir cap (7) and take out fluid with syringe or such.
- Remove clevis b-pin (5) and clevis pin (4).
- Disconnect fluid pipe (2) from master cylinder assembly (1) by loosing flare nut (6).
- Remove master cylinder attaching nuts (3).
Remove master cylinder assembly (1) and gasket.
To bleed air from master cylinder (1) itself, tilt it as shown and add fluid into it.
NOTEAfter bleeding air from master cylinder, plug pipe hole in it to prevent fluid from spilling out of it till pipe is connected.
Install master cylinder assembly (1) and new gasket (2) to body, attaching nuts (3).
NOTEDo not reuse gasket.
- Tighten clutch master cylinder attaching nut to 9.5 ft. lbs. (13 Nm).
- Connect fluid pipe and tighten flare nut (4) to 11.5 ft. lbs. (16 Nm).
- Apply grease to clevis pin and install clevis pin.
Install clevis b-pin.
- Fill master cylinder reservoir with specified brake fluid and check fluid leakage.
- After installation, bleed air from system.
- Check clutch pedal free travel and clutch release margin.