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I'm trying to replace the wheel cylinders on a 1984 Chevy Citation 2 but I can't get the retainer onto the cylinder. Is there some special way of doing it or a specific tool that I need to use. Someone has told me that it goes on with pressure but.
I have manual brake and manual steering '65 chevy. i'll be changing out the wheel cylinder that is given out with new one and i've heard that in the fluid when you change it, air gets in it and makes it lose its balance with other brakes.
i have a hydundai Accent 2003 and mileage 55k on it. Since lst week break hav become tough n requires hard pedal to apply, when i took to Tires Plus they recommend to replace the wheel cylinder and brake system flush which costs 330, will i get it.
My mechanic told me I need my brake cylinders replaced that they were leaking brake fluid on my rear brakes. Well he told me they'd cost 160 dollars. a lot of money (I'm only a college student) so I looked them up online and all that comes up.
This user-friendly resource will thoroughly prepare readers to work in the important area of automotive technology known as chassis systems. It features accurate and up-to-date coverage of both brakes and suspension/steering in one complete volume. Technically precise drawings and photographs are prominently featured, supplying the visual support necessary for readers to grasp important principles and practices. The first half of the book is devoted to the latest information on brakes, including friction materials, drums, and rotors. The newest tire information is presented, followed by current suspension, steering, and wheel alignment material. The balance of the book is dedicated to front and rear wheel drive shafts and axles, and vibration analysis. Diagnosis and troubleshooting of worn and failed parts is emphasized throughout.