How to Remove a Pushrod From a Master Cylinder?

Answer Master cylinders help to control the braking mechanisms in a vehicle's braking system. The master cylinder's pushrod regulates the brake fluid pressure to stop a tire's rotating motion when a drive... Read More »

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How to Adjust the Brake Master Cylinder Pushrod?

The master cylinder pushrod runs from the master cylinder, through the brake vacuum booster, through the firewall, and attaches to the arm of the brake pedal. When the brake pedal is pushed, the pe... Read More »

How to Remove a Master Cylinder?

The master cylinder on your vehicle performs several functions. Its main job is to pressurize the brake system so that your vehicle stops on demand. It also acts as a storage container for the brak... Read More »

How to Remove a Master Cylinder Push Rod?

The brake pedal in a vehicle is connected to the brake master cylinder by a pushrod. When the brake pedal is depressed, the pushrod drives the master cylinder piston inward, which forces the brake ... Read More »

How to Remove the Reservoir From the Master Cylinder?

In your car's brake system, a plastic reservoir supplies the master cylinder with brake fluid. If the reservoir cracks or becomes damaged, it can leak fluid or let in contamination. You will need t... Read More »