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10-10 BRAKES
-
When removing
the
brake
hose,
temporarily
secure
the
end of
the brake hose to
some
high place to
keep
fluid
loss
to
a
minimum
.
-
Unscrew the clamp bolts, and take
off
the master
cylinder
as an
assembly
with
the reservoir and brake
lever.
A.
Clamp Bolts
Front Master
Cylinder
Installation
Notes
-Installation
is
the
reverse
of
removal.
-The
master
cylinder
damp must
be installed with
the
arrow
mark
pointing
upward.
A.
ArrcHi Mark
-
Tighten the
upper
damp bolt first and
then
tighten
the lower clamp bolt to
the specified
torque. There
will be a gap at
the
lower
part
of the damp after
tightening.
TIghtening Torque
:
8
.8 N-m (0.9
kg-m,
78 in-lb)
-
Use a
new flat washer
on
each
side
of the brake
hose
fitting,
and
tighten
the
banjo bolt
to the
speci-
fied
torque.
Tightening
Torque
:
25
N-m
12.5
kg-m.
18
h~bl
-
Bleed the brake line after master
cylinder
installation
(see
Bleeding the Brake
line).
-
Check
the
brake
for
weak braking
power, brake drag.
and
fl
uid
leakage.
Rear
Master Cylinder
Removal
-
Remove the
reservoir
cover.
A.
Reservoir
Cover
B.
Mounting
Screw
-
Remove
the
reservoir mounting
bolt
-
Remove the
cotter
pin, and pull out the joint
pin.
-
Unscrew
the banjo bolt to
disconnect
the brake
hose
from the
master
cylinder. There
is
a flat washer
on
each side of the
hose
fitting.
A.
Cotter
Pin
B.
Joint
Pin
C.
Master
Cylinde
r
Mounting Screws
D.
Banjo
Bolt
E.
Master Cylinder

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