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Re: ????why are my brakes on constantly???? (archive)

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Posted by bert on April 04, 2001 at 10:18:51:

In Reply to: Re: ????why are my brakes on constantly???? posted by Bryan Garner on April 04, 2001 at 09:50:22:

Is the booster the same thing as the pressure accumulator?

If I do end up needing to replace the master cyulinder and the booster, are there any other parts on the brake system that should be replaced at the same time? ...such as switches, grommets, clips?

If you do end up replacing the master cylinder or the booster be shure to remove the power steering reservoir. When I replaced my booster a while back I did it the hard way and left the reservoir in and took the master cylinder off of the booster. I don't suggest doing it that way I was very hard to get to the master cylinder bolt next to the fender. Easiest wasy is to take the booster and master cylinder out as an assembly next time I'll do it that way.

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