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HYDRAULIC BRAKE BOOSTER SERVICE.
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REMOVAL - TM-5-4210-224-14-P0396
TM5-4210-224-14&P
4-217. HYDRAULIC BRAKE BOOSTER SERVICE (Continued).
e. Turn the wheels from stop to stop, lightly
j. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle
to stand a few minutes with the engine off.
contacting the stops, and add fluid, if necessary.
Then repeat steps g, h, and i.
f. Lower the vehicle.
k. Check for the pressure of air in the oil, which will
g. Start the engine and depress the brake pedal
have a milky appearance. Air in the system will
several times while rotating the steering wheel
cause the fluid level in the pump to rise when
from stop to stop.
the engine is turned off. If it becomes obvious
that the pump will not bleed the air after a few
h. Turn the engine off and then pump the brake
attempts, refer to paragraph 4-226.
pedal 4-5 times.
i. Check fluid level, add fluid if necessary
(Appendix D, Item 14).
4-218. FRONT DISC BRAKE AND LINING REPLACEMENT
This task covers:
a. Removal
b. Installation
INITIAL SET-UP
Tools
General Safety Instructions
Jack
Engine OFF.
Jack Stand
Transmission in (N) neutral.
"C" Clamp
Parking brake and micro-brakelock set.
General Mechanics Tool Kit
Batteries disconnected.
Brass Punch
Hammer
Material/Parts
Brass Bristle Brush (Appendix D,
Item 5)
Lubricant, Silicone (Appendix D,
Item 26)
Brake Assembly (049-90007)
Brake Fluid (Appendix D, Item 14)
REMOVAL
a. Remove 2/3 of the brake fluid from the master cylinder.
b. Raise the vehicle and support it with suitable jack stands.
4-300

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