[ROVERNET - UK] 2000TC brake lines question.

Vern Klukas vern at inkspotco.com
Tue Feb 13 17:25:59 GMT 2007

Yes it does Ben. Long and short of it, the rearmost pressure port on 
the master cylinder should be plumbed to the servo operating the 
front brakes.


>Hi Folks
>              I'm in the process of replacing the master cylinder on my TC
>series 2. while doing this I decided to replace the two brake fluid lines
>from the M/C that travel under the engine and locate at the junction on the
>oposite side of the engine bay where they then go to the twin servo's . My
>question, does it matter how the lines are connected at the M/C and or at
>the junction? I guess I was careless removing the old lines and didn't note
>which was which.
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