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Old 11-10-2003, 08:12 PM
Greg in Oz Greg in Oz is offline
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Thanks, but I don't understand what you are suggesting. If you mean give the master cylinder piston a full stroke then this is what happens now with it connected to the pedal. The master cylinder piston is returning hard up against the circlip at the end of the cylinder. This appears to be the actual stop for the pedal. At this point the inlet port should be uncovered, allowing free movement of fluid to or from the reservoir.

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