About 1 hour.
Master Brake cylinder replaced and lines bled-how long?
If you need to replace the slave cylinder it is located in the bell housing and the trans has to be removed. The clutch master cylinder is located on the firewall on the drivers side
From the inside of the vehicle disconnect the clutch pedal arm. Take off the master cylinder retaining nuts. From under the hood disconnect the lines. The cylinder should slide out.
To bench bleed the new master, install and bleed system should take aprox one hour, assuming all the bleeders work.
Good time to replace all the brake fluid. Remove the brake lines from the Master Cylinder and pump the master cylinder dry. Add fresh brake fluid from an unopened can and bleed the master cylinder. Reinstall the brake lines and then bleed all brake lines until you see clean fluid. Keep adding fluid to the Master Cylinder until you are done.Good time to replace all the brake fluid. Remove the brake lines from the Master Cylinder and pump the master cylinder dry. Add fresh brake fluid from an unopened can and bleed the master cylinder. Reinstall the brake lines and then bleed all brake lines until you see clean fluid. Keep adding fluid to the Master Cylinder until you are done.
you need to take off the master cylinder and the accumulator and replace it with a master cylinder from a non antilock vehicle like a thunderbird or cougar from about 1985 to 1988.
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If you have a 4-cylinder, about 20 minutes. 90 minutes if you have the V6.
Should just pull-out Check for spring clip at end of cylinder
How long does it take to replace my broken dentures?
un bolt old master cylinder from vacuum chamber. take brake lines loose first. Put the new master cylinder in a vise, fill with fluid, take a round item and push in on the back side where the brake rod usually pushes. As the fluid starts coming out the air will also. Cover the holes as you let up on the rod you are using to bleed with. When air quits coming out refill reservior , reinstall , you shouldn't have to bleed the brakes if this was done correctly
take the brake line out of the back of the wheel cylinder, pull the brake pads off and then take the 2 bolts out of the back of the cylinder and pull the wheel cylinder out.
If you only topped off the reservoir with p/s fluid I would replace the master cylinder NOW and flush the system. Do not attempt to flush it out until you have the new master and reservoir in place. If you did this recently the contaminated brake fluid would have stayed in the master cylinder area unless you have a leak or you have tried to bleed the system with that p/s fluid in there. If so you will be looking at replacing all the wheel cylinders and calipers soon.
you take it to someone.
You take it to a mechanic that knows what he/she is doing.
how long does it take to replace a carburetor on a chevy truck?
With a line wrench, seriously.
Take it off
Depends!? Front one, rear one or the master cylinder? The ones in the wheels only have a couple of bolts holding them on. After removing the tire you can gain access to the front ones easy enough and just remove the 2 bolts and the brake fluid connection. Rear ones can be tricky because there is a small device you need to get to inside the disk area. With 2 screw drivers you can release the pressure and remove the drum. Then a couple bolts to remove the cylinder. The master cylinder must be drainded and then a few bolts and connectors is all you need to take off to replace the cylinder.
Take of the front tire, there is a crescent shaped assembly with 2 hex bolts. !!!ensure that you take the cap off the master cylinder or you may rupture a brake line place a rag around the master cylinder as well to prevent a messy job!!! take off the bolts and pull the assembly forward take out the old brake pads and and inspect the rotors for extreme wear or pits if they are good you may continue if not you will need to get them resurfaced (not horribly expensive) then using the old brake pads and a C-clamp press the piston inward until flush with the assembly clip in the new brake pads and replace assembly and repeat for opposing side replace cap on master cylinder and pump the brakes.
take tire off first, then use whatever size Allen or torx wrench to remove caliper screws and pull off caliper take off old pads. Be sure to take off cover to the master cylinder under the hood where the brake fluid goes and compress the brake caliper cylinder with a C clamp(Make sure master cylinder cap is open when you do this so you can put new pads on caliper. once you have new pads on put back on over rotor and put pins back in and put cap back on master cylinder pump breaks once your done to make sure pads are tight against the rotors.
You take the cap off of the master cylinder and pour it in.