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So thought this bit would be easy. Just pulled the master cylinder out the way and had a quick eyeball of the servo.

Scratched my head for a few moments and came back in to ‘ah hem’ carry on working from home [emoji6]

Anyhow. Is there a process to getting the servo off?




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Backinblack said

So thought this bit would be easy. Just pulled the master cylinder out the way and had a quick eyeball of the servo.

Scratched my head for a few moments and came back in to ‘ah hem’ carry on working from home [emoji6]

Anyhow. Is there a process to getting the servo off?




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4 nuts on the rear and a rod then it will come away from the bracket

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Servo removal. Help please.

thanks - so no touching the spring or any of the mechanism just 4 bolts

The fork of the servo seems to disappear into the housing for the linkage. Not sure how to get to that.


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Backinblack said

thanks - so no touching the spring or any of the mechanism just 4 bolts

The fork of the servo seems to disappear into the housing for the linkage. Not sure how to get to that.


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Take the 4 nuts off you should be able to get it forward enough to remove the slit pin and clevis pin

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Backinblack said

thanks - so no touching the spring or any of the mechanism just 4 bolts

The fork of the servo seems to disappear into the housing for the linkage. Not sure how to get to that.


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Take the 4 nuts off you should be able to get it forward enough to remove the slit pin and clevis pin

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Should be split pin lol

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Servo removal. Help please.

Well it’s off. That’s an annoying and awkward little job.

But it’s off and will be some questions no doubt one I offer up the new master cylinder and servo.

I have 2 electrical switched on my current master cylinder and I have no idea what they are for or if I have room for them on the other one. [emoji85]


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They will be the brake light switches!

My rebuild thread I will try and keep up to date: here

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Servo removal. Help please.

Ha. Never seen them on a master cylinder before. I am used to them being on the brake pedal of other cars I worked in. Need to look at the G60 cylinder to see if it can take them or I will be buying a new 22mm one that does I guess.


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If you can't mount them on the. M/C then it is common to fit t-pieces and mount them on there. Alternatively you can fit a switch to the pedal. Bit of a fiddly job on early cars though. I had to make up a bracket for mine.

My rebuild thread I will try and keep up to date: here

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Servo removal. Help please.

Does anyone have a link for where to get nee bushes for the brake linkage. While the servo is off then I may as well change them. Thanks.


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