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rwolfe5762
    
I need to replace water pump, fuel pump, brake booster & e-brake cable...suggestions?
I have the brake booster kit just unsure if I'll be able to get the brake booster off the firewall as its in storage & also will I be able to do the repairs on the brake booster myself or should I go to someone professional & have them do the work on the brake booster as this is what I've been told to do in the past & it would only cost me about $200. As for the water pump & fuel pump I'll have to do those myself.
posted: July 24, 2012
 
    
 
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61pontiac
    
take the two bolts that hold the master cylinder too the booster under the hood. Go inside the car, up undcer the dash, there is a rod that connects too the brake pedal, there is a pin nthat side's thru, you will see a cotter pin holding it. take the cotter pin out, push the pin out of the rod. pul the carpet back at the bottom of the streering colum. There are four nut's holding the booster to the fire wall, take them off, pull the master cylinder back from the booster, and remove the booster out from under the hood. If you're interested i have a good bosster and master cylinder for sale. 200.00. I would not try to rebuild booster there is a strong spring under pressure inside it could hurt you seriously.
posted:  July 25, 2012
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