How to Remove a Brake Master Cylinder?

Answer The brake master cylinder is a reservoir that holds the brake fluid for your vehicle's braking system. The master cylinder, or "MC" for short, helps to create a vacuum inside the brake system and s... Read More »

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How Do I Remove a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Brake Master Cylinder for ABS?

The 1991 Jeep Cherokee uses the Bendix Anti-lock Brake System. It consists of a master cylinder, brake booster, a computer, a hydraulic control unit and sensors. The front brakes have individual co... Read More »

How to Remove the Master Brake Cylinder in a 1991 Acura Integra?

The hydraulic brake system in a 1991 Acura Integra uses a master cylinder to push brake fluid to each caliper or brake drum on the car. The cylinder has seals on it and, over time, these seals can ... Read More »

How to Remove the Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir on a 1990 Ford Ranger?

Your 1990 Ranger is a versatile mid-size pickup that ranks second in popularity probably only to Ford's F-series of pickups. The master brake cylinder is a pump of sorts that distributes brake flui... Read More »

How to Change a Brake Master Cylinder Without Bleeding the Entire Brake System?

The brake master cylinder provides hydraulic pressure for the entire braking system. When the brake pedal is depressed, a push rod activates the master cylinder and pushes brake fluid to all four b... Read More »