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JK

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« on: 17:51, Mon 15 December 2008 »
you guys, i had the brake pedal to the floor problem same as matey did a couple weeks ago. It defo wasnt leaking fluid and not air in the system so i changed the master cylinder last week and still no good, not the vacum pipe from the manifold, or the one way valve so i've got a servo ready to go on tomorrow:(

Basically wondered if anyone had done it before and had any hints or tips before i start in the morn. Cheers guys  :?
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« Reply #1 on: 08:20, Tue 16 December 2008 »
no one done it ...  :(  :(  :(
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« Reply #2 on: 18:44, Tue 16 December 2008 »
best thing with a servo is not to rush the job as they can be Buggered

its a long and really a job that you never really want to do but once you have done it then youll never have to do it again


there isnt really and helps or tips on doing the servo just get on with it really

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« Reply #3 on: 16:08, Wed 17 December 2008 »
Yeah just a tad long winded, as you said. Ended up having to take the inlet manifold off in the end to get enough space. Taken me all day to get the carb, manifold and servo off then replace the servo manifold and carb. Master cylinder on tomorrow  :(
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