Compressed air used for cleaning purposes must not exceed 30 psi (207 kPa). Use only with effective
chip guarding and personal protective equipment (goggles/shield, gloves, etc).
(2) Use clean lint-free cloth or compressed air to dry wheel cylinder.
(3) Check wheel cylinder for damage, cracks, or evidence of leakage.
Honing of wheel cylinders is not permitted.
(4) Check inner bore of cylinder for grooves, pitting, or scoring. Replace cylinder if any of these conditions
(5) Replace damaged parts.
(1) Install bleed valve (15) in wheel cylinder (8).
(2) Lubricate outer seals (11) and inner seals (12) with brake fluid.
(3) Install spring (14), two pistons (13) inner seals (12), outer seals (11), push rods (10), and dust covers (9) in
wheel cylinder (8).
(4) Install hydraulic adaptor (7), two copper sealing rings (6) and screw (5). Tighten screw 22 to 26 lb-ft
(30 - 35 N°m).