Disassembly Of Master Cylinder

1. PLACE CYLINDER IN VISE

2. DISCONNECT RESERVOIR AND HOSE

Remove the cap, strainer, bolt and hose.

3. REMOVE SNAP RING AND ELBOW

4. REMOVE TWO OUTLET PLUGS

5. REMOVE PISTON STOPPER BOLT

Using a screwdriver, push the pistons in all the way and remove the piston stopper bolt.

6. REMOVE TWO PISTONS AND SPRINGS

(a) Using snap ring pliers, remove the snap ring.

(b) Remove two pistons and springs from the master cylinder.

NOTE: It may be necessary to inject compressed air in the check valve hole to force out the No. 2 piston.

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