bdtd?... brake servo replacement 200Q20v
montesawong at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 7 13:22:51 EDT 2004
--- Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net> wrote:
> The master cylinder piston extends several inches
> "out"; the piston
> from the booster goes into the larger MC piston.
> Also, the body of
> the MC goes about a half an inch into the body of
> the booster.
> I would say it would be nearly impossible to remove
> the booster
> without removing the master cylinder or damaging the
> brake lines;
> they don't flex much, nor should they be forced to.
> recommendation seems reasonable- remember, mechanics
> are always
> looking for the fastest, least-risky way.
Thanks Brett for the BtDt!
A few things I ran into today...
That last booster nut on the upper left corner is hard
to remove but nearly impossible to put back on. I'm
The clevis pin clip shot off somewhere and I can't
seem to find it.... damn!, Can't drive it until I find
it or get a replacement.
There doesn't appear to be very many reports of failed
brake servos (booster) here or on the 200Q20v list. I
did manage to find a thread from 11/94 but not much on
the topic in the archives.
Are these things usually fairly reliable?
back to work.
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